Update from Denver

  

When I decided I would give two classes at the national PTG convention, I thought it would be relatively straight forward. I mean, I’ve been giving classes on piano tuning since 2005 and I’m fairly confident about the material. 

Little did I know that with an event this size, there are so many things that can go wrong. 

And go wrong they have. 

The airline has lost one of my boxes. In that box is a little bit of everything. The band pass filter, the stability boxes, my tuning hammer, just to name a few. 

Other than that, the trip so far is amazing. Denver Tech Center is a beautiful spot, with modern buildings juxtaposed against beautiful parks with fountains and bronze statues of kids playing. 

The organizers of the event have been welcoming and helpful; the antendees, extremely talented. 

I’m looking forward to my classes and to talking a lot about piano tuning. 

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