Concordia University Ann Arbor has partnered with Solich Piano & Music Company to establish a Yamaha piano loan program, annually retiring the aged used pianos at CUAA and refreshing the Music Department with brand new
Solich Piano is the fastest-growing piano company in the Midwest. Solich Piano was started about 15 years ago in Boardman, Ohio and we’ve grown to have three locations serving the Boardman-Youngstown area, Cleveland as well as Columbus markets.
(July 1, 2019) Ohio University School of Music piano professor Dr. Christopher Fisher and his wife and fellow music educator, Katherine Fisher, have been named Yamaha Artists, a superior honor that provides professional services exclusively
(April 1, 2019) Solich Piano has been named the midwest region Institutional Solutions Group and large market Keyboard division “Dealer of the Year” by Yamaha Corporation of America, the world’s largest musical instrument manufacturer. The Cleveland-based
(March 20, 2019) The Ohio University School of Music has been committed to the highest artistic and pedagogical standards since it officially opened more than a century ago. Its recent acquisition of 41 Yamaha pianos
(June 26, 2018) 30 Yamaha piano dealers from 29 different locations across the country were chosen to participate in the first ever Yamaha Institutional Solutions Group (ISG) “Piano Pros Institutional” training, held at the Yamaha
(October 10, 2017) The university acquired the instruments to equip its professional quality recording studio and student-run record label, a state-of-the-art music technology lab, rehearsal rooms for a wide variety of ensembles, practice rooms, classrooms
(July 20, 2017) The benefits of music education in childhood have been proven time and time again. According to National Association of Music Merchants Foundation, children who study music achieve larger vocabularies and more advanced