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NoahZark

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Saw "Wicked" tonight at the Kennedy Center with the family (a birthday present for my wife). The kids and I took a peek in the pit before the show.

 

What keyboards were there?

 

Four Yamaha S90ES's.

 

Makes me proud. :thu:

 

Noah

 

 

Saw 3 Yamaha S90ES's in the pit for Young Frankenstein.

Moe

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My wife and I went to see "Wicked" at the Bob Carr in Orlando. Absolutely wonderful show.

 

We'll get shows to the King Center here in Melbourne once in a while. I've seen "Rent" and "Hairspray" there. Looked in the pit for Hairspray. There were 3 Kuezweils.

 

And I saw "Classic Albums Live" there when it included our own Sven Golly.

"In the beginning, Adam had the blues, 'cause he was lonesome.

So God helped him and created woman.

 

Now everybody's got the blues."

 

Willie Dixon

 

 

 

 

 

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Chicago: 3 K2600s, drummer, horn guy, guitarist and bassist. It's sad, but things is tough everywhere.

 

I did the Broadway touring show of Chicago around 2007. They hired a full band (10 piece I think) and we were in the middle of the stage. Good view of the dancing girls from up there. :love:

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Big expensive tickets xshow - "The Sound Of Music" in Edinburgh.

 

Percussion, couple of multi brass, couple of reed/flute, two strings, four keyboards:

 

Yamaha piano

hardware Kurzweil

two Kurz controllers driving Mac VSTs

 

Sounded great BTW (I was in the audience - not playing).

 

The much smaller Perth Christmas panto:

 

1 Trumpet/tin whistle

1 Accordian

1 Roland digital piano (the new-ish 700 thing)

 

Wasn't playing at that either. They did their best.

"Oh no they didn't."

"Oh yes they did ..."

 

Like this thread. I feel quite cut off from my keyboard playing peers. This is the nerdy stuff that I want to know.

I'm the piano player "off of" Borrowed Books.
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