This week we made a delivery of a new Yamaha C3X Artist Grand Piano to the very large and historic Grove Presbyterian Church in Danville, Pennsylvania. This church has one of the largest functioning pipe organs in the state. They take their music very seriously there as shown by their choices in instruments. Very Cool!
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We had the opportunity to deliver and setup a Yamaha 9′ Disklavier player grand to the Kennedy center in D.C. Last week for a televised tutorial on the working of this revolutionary system. Another successful piano delivery from Bob Haynes Piano Moving!
We had several interesting stops this past week worth mentioning. We moved a concert size grand piano for a five star restaurant at the Inner Harbor in Baltimore with a fantastic view of the water. Upstairs is the Orioles Cafe featuring intriguing vintage Orioles baseball memorabilia. This was a really cool hangout and fun place to experience.
Bob Hayes piano moving also got the opportunity to move a grand piano at Penn State’s main campus this week. The move was across campus and for a concert hosted by the college. We also have a member of the family who will be completing basic training in the United States marine corps. We have a new mascot here! Semper fi!
All of the staff at Bob Haynes Piano Moving hope everyone is having a great new year thus far. The weeks leading up to Christmas were very busy as expected, but we pulled together and got all of our customers moves completed.
We normally experience a dramatic slow-down beginning in January each year but this year has been a bit different. Our professional piano moving company has been steady since the start of 2016 with our local move demand, as well as concert and artist piano rental moves.
The coastal runs have been more frequent than previous piano moving trips in the past. I would attribute some of this extra activity to the very mild winter we have been experiencing so far here in the East. The other part I would contribute to word of mouth traveling around of the great customer service and relations associated with Bob Haynes Piano Moving.
Our next southern run is scheduled for mid to late February and is growing in size daily. We plan on hitting all the normal stops including Roanoke, Raleigh, Winston Salem, Charlotte, Atlanta, Savannah, Augusta, Columbia, nags head, outer banks, Wilmington, Tallahassee, Tampa, Clearwater, Naples, Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Palm Beach, Daytona, Orlando, Kissimmee, St. Augustine, and Jacksonville. We look forward to this run as it draws closer!
For the best piano moving services in York, Lancaster, Philadelphia, and all the way down to the southern tip of Florida, contact Bob Haynes Piano Moving!
Our professional piano movers travel across the entire East Coast to pick up and deliver pianos and organs to our wonderful customers. If you need your piano moved from York, PA to Lancaster – no problem! How about Philadelphia to Miami, don’t’ sweat it. We will make sure your piano arrives safely.
Here are some photos from one of our latest piano moving runs.
The last two weeks have been the busiest we have been all summer!
We had our Southern run starting on the 28th of July, lasting through the 5th of August. Our first stops were Chesapeake Virginia and VA Beach to deliver four pianos for Jordan Kitts Music. We then headed to Wilmington, NC for two deliveries of a baby grand piano and a full grand. Wilmington is very beautiful and it was a pleasure traveling through. We then shot over to Atlanta for two more piano deliveries, then hit Tampa, Clearwater, and Sarasota, FL. We stopped for a quick break before continuing on to Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, Pompano Beach, Veto Beach, Port St. Lucie, and St. Augustine for both pickups and deliveries of various size pianos. You have to love traveling by the beaches in Florida! They have to be the most beautiful beaches in the country, especially in Miami, with such lush vegetation and array of colorful flowers scattered about. After leaving Florida we ventured off to Columbia, South Carolina located centrally in the state. Then we headed back to North Carolina to take care of our central and western stops in Raleigh, Carey, Winston Salem, Greensboro, and Asheville, North Carolina. The Blue Ridge Mountains are certainly breathtaking even though it makes for a slow go in the truck. We finally ended up in Blacksburg, VA to pick up a baby grand piano on its way to the northern part of the state. Then we returned back to the office. Wow, what a big trip! In all, we had 28 stops for one of the biggest Southern runs ever at Bob Haynes Piano Moving!
Last week found us back on local routes to the Baltimore, D.C., Northern VA, Harrisburg, Hanover, York, and the Lancaster, PA areas. One of the highlights took place at the Lancaster Bible College in Lancaster, PA. They have a Steinway D which is a 9 foot concert grand located in the chapel behind the stage area. It needed to be moved to a classroom upstairs. Naturally the piano is too large to fit in the elevator, so the stairs were the only path we could take. It took a crew of five very experienced piano movers to tackle the 26 stairs with two turns. It was a slow go and the piano barely had room to make the turns but two hours later we had the piano safely upstairs and set up, playing just like a Steinway D should. The staff were amazed after watching the process and very pleased they could make use of the piano where it was really needed. That’s a very satisfying feeling for us.
One of our favorite places to deliver pianos to is Lancaster, Pennsylvania! Known as Amish Country, Lancaster has some of the most beautiful farmland in the state. It’s easy to tell the Amish farms from the others by look for the green curtains, lack of modern tractors or machinery, and of course, the horse and buggy. We always find it interesting to see the many buggies traveling down the roads when driving in and around Lancaster.
Lancaster has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years with many modern, upscale developments being built. This is where we come in. Bob Haynes Piano Moving delivers a large quantity of pianos to Lancaster County and in the city.
Lancaster is rich with performing arts centers. One of our regular, and favorite stops is the Chameleon Club on Prince Street. It is a small-sized concert hall but is host to many high end performances from top bands in country music! Lancaster also hosts a program to benefit less fortunate kids who are interested in playing piano, but otherwise could not afford it.
Every year we take part in a Lancaster program called “Music for Everyone,” where donated pianos are taken to various schools and professional art studios to have an artist’s touch applied to them. The pianos are then taken to various street corner locations throughout the city where they can be played by anyone. At the end of the week they are auctioned off one by one. This event is covered by the local news and media and we look forward to it each year.
As you can see, Lancaster is rich in culture and diversity and ranks as one of our favorite destinations for piano moving.
Bob Haynes Piano Moving is the best choice for relocating your piano to or from Lancaster. Our professional piano movers take pride in making sure your piano is moved safely to its new home.