Telephone: 248-560-9200

Past Events


Dec 06-2018


“A Holiday Jazz Cabaret”

with The Bari Brothers: Daniel Gross & Neil Michaels

Thursday, December 6, 2018 @ 7:00 PM

General Admission: $25
Steinway Society Members: $20
Cash or check, payable at the door

Daniel Gross and Neil Michaels are consummate showmen. Each with years of performing experience on the world stage before accepting their cantorial positions at Adat Shalom and Temple Israel, respectively. They bring to us a wonderful evening of show tunes, comedy, and of course, some CHANUKAH holiday cheer! The Cliff Monear Little Big Band will keep the stage swingin’, so mark your calendars and bring your family and friends!!



Dec 01-2018

presenting the 2018 Holiday Gala …

Winter Wonderland

Saturday, December 1, 2018

6:30PM Cocktails
7:00PM Dinner by Andiamo’s
8:00PM Concert

General admission: $120
Steinway Society: $100
Call 248.560.9200 to purchase your tickets. Tickets on sale now through November 20th. Tables of 8 may be reserved for $800 regardless of membership status. (Table reservations must be paid in full at the time of reservation.)  

An Italian dinner from Andiamo’s, great music from Classical to Broadway to Jazz (all played on two 9′ Steinway concert grands), exciting surprises and more! Performers include Kazimierz Brzozowski, The Mack Sisters, Pierre Fracalanza and Cliff Monear. LIMITED SEATING. Please wear your evening attire.





Nov 25-2018

The Art of Bel Canto

sponsored by: Steinway Piano Gallery & Bellini Opera Theatre

with sopranos Brooke Arnold, Katie Nickerson & Emily Hoy, baritone Dino Valle & pianist Neil Eisenstein

Sunday, November 25, 2018 @ 3:00 PM

General Admission: $20
Steinway Society Members & Bellini Society Members: $15
Tickets available at the door; checks payable to Bellini Opera, a 501 C3 Organization

“Bel Canto” (beautiful singing) is a style used by operatic composers Pergolesi, Mozart, Bellini, Donizetti, Verdi, and Puccini. Their style of composition influenced many other composers to this day, even Andrew Lloyd Webber with his Phantom of the Opera. Other great piano composers who used the melodious cantabile “Bel Canto” style are Chopin, Schumann and Liszt. For more information, contact Dino Valle, Artistic Director, at 313-702-9264 or View printable flier here.


Nov 21-2018

Steinway Jazz Cafe Events

with Cliff Monear, piano; Chris Collins, saxophone; Jeff Pedraz, bass & Sean Dobbins, drums

featuring music from the pen of pianist and composer Vince Guaraldi

Wednesday, November 21, 2018 @ 7:00PM

General Admission: $20
Steinway Society Members: $15
Cash or check, payable at the door

“…T’was the night before Thanksgiving, and all through the place, every creature was swingin’ with a smile on each face…”


Nov 10-2018

The Family Concert Series

with Kazimierz Brzozowski, piano; Marian Tanau, violin; and Jeremy Crosmer, cello

Saturday, November 10, 2018 @ 3:00 PM

General Admission: $15 per person
Children Under 12: $10 per person
Admission payable at the door

PROGRAM: Enescu’s Sonata No. 3 in A minor, Chopin’s Polonaise brillante in C major, Op. 3, and Chopin’s Piano Trio in G Minor, Op. 8

Kazimierz Brzozowski, piano

Kazimierz Brzozowski has garnered international acclaim for his captivating performances at the piano, in particular the music of Chopin. He frequently appears in concerts in the United States, Japan and Poland and has performed as a soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Polish Radio Orchestra, Lublin Philharmonic and other orchestras in the U.S.A. and Poland. Kazimierz Brzozowski has won the top prize at the Polish Piano Festival and received awards from the Chopin Society in Warsaw, Ann Arbor Musical Society in Michigan, University of Michigan, Kosciuszko Foundation in New York and others. Read more


Nov 07-2018

The “Vertical Victory Piano” Project

hosted by the Livonia Area Piano Teachers Forum

with Dr. Garik Petersen, Professor of Piano at Eastern Michigan University

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 @ 10:00 – 11:30 AM (doors open at 9:30 AM)

Free Admission
RSVP to Sharon Gomulka at 734-634-2650

The Livonia Area Piano Teachers Forum (LAPTF) invites our American veterans and their families to a special presentation about The Victory Vertical Piano Project. Dr. Garik Pedersen, Professor of Piano at Eastern Michigan University, will tell in words and music an amazing and little-known story about these pianos, a.k.a. Olive Drab Government Issue, “O.D.G.I.”, that were built by Mr. Henry Z. Steinway and Mr. Roman de Majewski and shipped in the field for the military during World War II, supplying soldiers with music to improve morale and strengthen resolve.


Nov 07-2018


“A Tribute to Irv Tobocman”

with vocalist Susan Tobocman & pianist Cliff Monear

Wednesday, November 7, 2018 @ 7:00 PM

General Admission: $20
Steinway Society Members: $15
Cash or check, payable at the door

Singer/composer/lyricist/producer/arranger Susan Tobocman has been making a name for herself among audiences and musicians alike on the New York jazz scene for a number of years. Whether leading her own gigs at Zinc Bar (where she was the original artist-in-residence), Metropolitan Room, Flatiron Room, Symphony Space, Highline Ballroom, Smalls, The Bitter End, Birdland, Cliff Bell’s, Steinway Piano Gallery, Smoke, or Cleopatra’s Needle (among countless others) — or as the guest of such luminaries as Barry Harris, Al Foster, or the late Doc Cheatham — Susan is equally comfortable working as a leader or sideman. Susan’s extensive repertoire of standards — from the familiar to the obscure — is distinctly enhanced by her inventive arrangements, in addition to her original compositions. Susan’s purpose in writing is “to communicate through the universal language of music, to expand and go deeper, and to lean into the unknown” (Susan Tobocman).

“Sets include a wonderful mix of standards, as well as Susan’s own sophisticated compositions. Any audience is sure to leave wanting more.” – Detroit Free Press

“Susan sings with a warm, smooth delivery, and a genuine feeling for the music. Really soulful…very swingin’.” – Mark Murphy, vocalist



Nov 02-2018

The Bergmann Piano Duo, sponsored by Pro Musica of Detroit 

with Elizabeth & Marcel Bergmann, pianists

Friday, November 2, 2018 @ 7:30 PM

LOCATION: The Peter D. & Julie F. Cummings Cube, Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center, 3711 Woodward Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48201

Cabaret Seating: $45
Theater Seating: $25
All tickets include an Afterglow reception with the artists in the Atrium.

Tickets and more details are available at or call 734-210-1687. 

Pianists Elizabeth and Marcel Bergmann have performed together since 1989, winning international competitions and thrilling audiences as solo performers and featured artists with leading orchestras. Their November 2 program is entitled, “Bernstein, Bach and Beyond.”

“Always adventurous, the married couple combines virtuosic dedication with the instincts of professional entertainers who love their music.” – Showtime Magazine

“The appealing duo presented a masterful achievement of brilliance, rhythmic vitality, and melodic shaping.” – The Calgary Herald


Oct 24-2018

Steinway Jazz Cafe Events

“Mr. B” Mark Braun and Cliff Monear on two pianos

Wednesday, October 24, 2018 @ 7:00PM

General Admission: $20
Steinway Society Members: $15
Cash or check, payable at the door

Blues and boogie-woogie pianist Mark Lincoln Braun has become one of the premiere purveyors of a vanishing art. Having learned his craft first-hand from the early masters, he is a rare living link to the first generation of blues and boogie pianists. Steeped in the rich legacy of this tremendously exciting music, Mr. B learned directly from blues and boogie legends like Little Brother Montgomery, Boogie Woogie Red, and Blind John Davis.

In demand for both educational programs and concert performances, he has performed coast to coast and throughout Europe, Canada, Mexico, and South America. In 2002 and 2016, he was a guest artist at the Irving S. Gilmore International Keyboard Festival. He is also the organizer of the annual Mr. B’s Blues and Boogie Piano Celebration that attracts major figures in the blues and jazz piano world to Ann Arbor for collaborative performances with Mr. B.


Oct 21-2018

An Organ Dedication at Christ the Good Shepherd…

with Pierre Fracalanza, organist

Sunday, October 21, 2018 @ 3:00 PM

LOCATION: Christ the Good Shepherd, 22331 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI 48220


Many of you know Pierre as a world-class Steinway artist. What you may not know is he is equally adept at the organ. Join us as Pierre dedicates the recently installed Rodgers InSpire Series 233 organ at Christ the Good Shepherd. Pierre will thrill you with beautiful traditional organ sounds and hundreds of orchestral voices that are present in this instrument. Please call Steinway Piano Gallery at 248.560.9200 for additional questions.

Pierre Fracalanza, the son of a concert organist from Italy, began playing the piano and organ at three years old. His first experiences with music were simply playing back something he heard from church or his dad’s studio. Pierre began playing in church at age eight. At age twelve he was playing at weddings, and by sixteen, he was the Organist and Choir Director at St. Stephen’s Church, Port Huron. Read more …


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