The world’s largest interactive exhibit of keyboards is on show by Saturday at The Abbey of the Hills close to Marvin, SD.
Owned by famend keyboard collector Steve Misener of Stockholm, the interactive exhibit presents “the design, engineering, manufacturing and aesthetic great thing about pianos and different keyboard devices, that includes vintage working fashions courting from the 1700s to Fifties.”
The exhibit is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday by Friday with guided piano and Abbey excursions accessible on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 1 p.m. and three p.m. Night excursions and extra tour occasions can be found upon request.
Guests can study in regards to the music trade, composers, piano historical past and particulars of the devices’ earlier homeowners in previous performances. Company are also invited to play the devices.
It’s a freewill providing occasion with the exhibit getting used as a fundraiser for The Abbey of the Hills Inn and Retreat.
For tour info, name Cindi Tramonte, occasions coordinator on the Abbey of the Hills, at 605-398-9200.