Piano Referral

Does anyone know of a location where an experienced pianist (classical, 10+ years) can get some practice time in?  I just want to play around….I recently moved and had to sell my piano, now my heart and soul aches to play.  Any ideas?  Since we’re on this note (pun intended), can anyone recommend an instructor who does not charge $100 an hour for a lesson?  Thank you!

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Wjdetar Nov 12, 2018 08:19 AM
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Check out Detar Music! Detarmusic.com

barbsopus Nov 11, 2018 08:20 PM
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Wood glen hall in assisted living place on Foothill. Baby grand in decent shape . I’d imagine the residents would enjoy it!

a-1594249794 Sep 30, 2018 11:55 AM
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One year later . . . Hey----check out the pianos on State St.

Vee-Cee Aug 15, 2018 01:30 PM
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I just acquired a 2002 Yamaha C3 from the estate of a friend's mother. It's tuned and ready to be played. I'm interested in having people come to my home and play for friends and family. Open to you rehearsing here occasionally as well. Montecito. Contact me to arrange a meeting in public first.

midair Jun 01, 2018 01:10 PM
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The luggage pickup area at the Santa Barbara airport has a piano for anyone's use. Entertain the travelers!

d8vanilla May 25, 2018 06:03 PM
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I've seen pianos in Cottage Hospital. My friend was in the hospital, and there was a piano in the lobby area on her floor.

SandyinSB Feb 24, 2018 07:16 AM
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There have been pianos placed in public, usually State Street as part of an arts and humanities project. This occurs every October. However I flew into Santa Barbara Airport on Wednesday morning, and there's a piano in the baggage claim area. I'm not sure how in-tune the piano is, but weary and anxious travelers would enjoy it.

Gobbledygook Sep 25, 2017 10:10 AM
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All the semi-public pianos I know of are in schools/universities. You might check at the rec center downtown; there may be a piano in the ballroom and they're generally very nice about letting people sit in rooms that aren't in use. (I used to hang out there while daughter was in ballet class.) Also I've seen a piano in a common room at Wood Glen Hall, a (very friendly) retirement place on Foothill. Some place like that might like to have you come and play. There are lots of retirement communities in SB.

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