We have had a blessed year at Logos, and find ourselves now gearing up
for the Spring Concert. As you may already know, this year’s concert will
be unique for a couple of reasons. First, we are calling in a lot of
outside help to present “The Beethoven Benefit: Classical Education and
Classical Music in Concert” on Saturday, April 21, at 2:00, in the Moscow
Church of the Nazarene. It will be a grand afternoon of classical music
culminating with the mighty Chorale Fantasy featuring a piano, full
orchestra and choir. We are planning on videoing the concert, so if you are
out of the area, you can still share in the excitement. Another way to
share in the excitement is through the piano auction. The Logos Dads and
kids have been working all year to restore the two pianos to be featured in
the concert, and then they will be auctioned off to the highest bidder.
(Please see attached photos.) These are “golden era” pianos of the highest
quality and there will be opportunities for you to bid as well. We will
allow proxy bidding, where you indicate the maximum amount you are willing
to bid and your designated bidder will bid on your behalf up to that amount.
That means that in the course of the auction, you may get the piano for less
than your maximum bid as well. Another way to bid is live, long-distance
bidding. Just ask someone who will be present to call you just before the
auction starts and bid live on your behalf as high as you want to go.
Either way, it’s a great opportunity to perhaps procure a piano for
well under the market value. As the owner of Grand American Piano and the
one who guided the kids through the restoration process, I can arrange
nationwide shipping of the pianos. Feel free to call (208-473-0293) or
email me with any questions concerning the pianos and to leave your info for
the auctions. In the meantime, please visit the website for all of the
other details: https://logosbenefit.blogspot.
Clint Hughes, owner
Grand American Piano