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TUESDAY’S MUSIC LIVE began in 1988 and has become one of America’s largest noon day concert series with annual audiences in excess of 5,000 people. Made possible by the financial support of businesses, foundations, and individual donors, the series is headquartered at Augusta’s historic Saint Paul’s Church, established in 1750 on the banks of the Savannah River in what is now Georgia’s 2nd largest metro area. The season features 12 free concerts that begin at noon and conclude at 12:30 p.m.

Thomas Pandolfi, Pianist: thomaspandolfi.com

Mr. Pandolfi is a STEINWAY SOLO ARTIST: https://www.steinway.com/artists/thomas-pandolfi

“The stage door opens and I walk toward the magnificent beauty before me–mind, heart, and hands eagerly await the sculpting of each musical phrase in resonant loveliness–the instrument is a Steinway. And I feel especially confident knowing that here stands the most finely crafted piano in the world. Those assembled alternately delight in whispering tones and rumbling climaxes, all delivered with the Steinway’s unique and unparalleled richness of tone. A smile appears on the face of the young student as she sails through the repeated notes in a Sonata by Scarlatti–she is utterly amazed that the passages which never seem to work on her piano at home, flow with such ease and clarity at her lesson on the Steinway in my studio. How important it is for serious young students to understand the possibilities and capabilities of a finely conditioned instrument. Refinement, responsiveness, reliability, artistic rapture–these are what come to mind when I hear or play a Steinway. For me, the Steinway Piano has always represented the absolute ultimate in pianos. Is it any wonder that so many illustrious artists selected the Steinway for their musical endeavors? I am honored to be included on such a distinguished roster, and incredibly proud to be the owner of a Steinway Model B.” – THOMAS PANDOLFI

Concert given by Mr. and Mrs. Gardelle Lewis, Jr. in honor of Bowdre and Lynn Mays and Joan Castleberry Walker and in loving memory

Lots of free parking! Use the Saint Paul’s Church lots at 6th and 7th Streets and the parking lot at the Augusta Museum of History, just across the street from the church.

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