About Dr.Ramy Reda Kamel; I am a professor of musicology (vocal and piano) in the faculty of musical education with more than twenty Five years experience in playing, teaching, restoring, selling and assessing pianos.
I specialize in training singers and children alike on vocalization and proper techniques of singing. I work on a regular basis with some of the well known singers for their breathing and vocal chords development.
My other main interest is working with young children and helping in engaging them in the beauty of music. I have been teaching children the piano for over 25 years, and throughout this time I have discovered the magnificent talents of a great number of children that are now playing both professionally and for their own pleasure.
Transportation; We are Professional in moving and transporting pianos:
Piano moving is a specialized service, and should never be trusted to an amateur mover, or a furniture moving company, etc… Even though sometimes the cost of using a furniture moving company is lower than that of a piano moving company, the damage to the instrument that can result from improper packaging or securing in the truck may be very expensive to repair, if at all fixable. While upright pianos typically need no disassembly; baby grand, grand, and concert grand pianos must be carefully taken off their legs, wrapped in blankets, and placed on a skid board or piano board.
Will The piano require tuning after it has been moved?
Even if a piano has been moved a very short distance, and done very carefully, it may need tuning. The important thing to consider , is the change of environment that occurs when a piano is moved. Certainly, if the move is from one city to another or across town, the environment with its unique level of temperature and humidity ranges will affect the pianos tuning. By the way, it is best to let a piano “sit” for at least 2 weeks in its new location before it is tuned, to allow it to adjust to the new environment.
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