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OUTSTANDING!!!!!!! COME BACK TO WESTBURY SOON!!!!!!!!!!!!
An extremely enjoyable evening with beautiful music from extremely talented musicians!!! I loved when Jon Schmidt and the cellist played their solo tunes - they make beautiful music as a duo, but I also loved hearing them showcase their instrument in isolation. I was thrilled that Jon played "I saw three ships" - his arrangement is gorgeous and i was deeply moved by his music. I only wished they had played more individually as well. But I THOROUGHLY enjoyed the show - loved when all of the piano guys came out for 2 encores - and I really hope they come back to Westbury very soon! Thank you for a truly memorable evening!!!
Larry from Longmeadow, MA
FANTASTIC EVENING AT TANGLEWOOD!
The Piano Guys put on a fantastic show last night (Aug 28, 2015) at Tanglewood. Not only was the music great, but the stories and dialogue entertaining
and funny. It all made for a fantastic night for
those of us sitting under the stars on the lawn at Tanglewood. Please come back again!
G Lee from Vancouver, British Columbia
BEST CONCERT I'VE SEEN!
Right from the beginning till the wonderful
mishmash ending i was totally entertained.
Brought tears to my eyes when the last (all
most last...lol) song was played and the bag
pipers took to the stage. Such a beautiful
mixture... TPG are on my list to see again
and again! Don't miss them if you get a
Deborah from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
My husband and I are crazy about TPG and keep watching their videos online over and over. I also have them on Pandora Radio and Spotify. We couldn't wait to see them in person, and they didn't let us down. Their recent show at The Met Philadelphia was awesome. I laughed, I cried - it was almost overwhelming, especially Fight Song at the end with their video in the background and live bagpipers on stage. There wasn't a dry eye in the place. My husband bought one of their violin bows at the concert,a nd he loves it. Definitely go to see them if you can.
Joe from Jacksonville, Florida
SOUND WAS MUDDY AT FIRST
This was a good concert in retrospect. In the beginning, starting with an "adele" tune, the sound was muddy and garbled. The quality got better as the show progressed. The problem seemed to be all the background, pre-taped accompaniment. Toward the middle of the show, the guys played mainstream show tunes mixed with favorite classics and the audience came alive. By the end, the audience was warmed up enough to pay attention to the subtle, evangelical jargon of committed Mormons.
Janny Mac from Vancouver, British Columbia
THE PIANO GUYS IN VANCOUVER!
Oh, Boy. was I every lucky to get 3 seats at the last minute in row 3!! We could see the individuals clearly and hear them fairly well [the Queen Elizabeth Theatre has had sound issues its entire life]. It was fabulous when they were playing without the background video, but also fabulous to see and hear them play along with themselves. I think seeing them in one of their outdoor concerts would be even better. Love their CDs and seeing them play on PBS. Never thought I would be able to see them live. Thanks, Piano Guys, for coming to Vancouver!!
Anonymous from New York, New York
ENJOYABLE BUT DIDN'T MOVE ME LIKE THE VIDEOS
Went to see PIano Guys on 12-11-13 at Westbury. The 2 main musicians are very talented and I appreciated their banter that let their personalities shine through, as well as the mixed in youtube videos,
however there were several things that could have been improved. There was way too much overdubbing of the background music that didn't allow the live music to be appreciated. The best parts of the
concert were when I could hear the piano and cello echoing through the room in isolation from the prerecorded parts. Also the ushers did not stop people from recording or taking pictures despite the
warning, which was very distracting. Overall it was enjoyable though.
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