Piano movers from Feeney Piano of Greensboro, NC use a dolly to carefully move an 800-900 pound rebuilt 1926 Steinway Model B grand piano Wednesday, September 17, 2014 onto the stage in the ballroom of the Cedars of Chapel Hill Clubhouse first floor. The vintage Steinway was rebuilt by UNC-CH piano technician John Foy. The piano will be featured in the first concert of the season in the ballroom on Sunday, September 28, 2014, when pianist Dr. Clara Yang of UNC-CH will perform. Photo Courtesy of Norm Innes
Piano movers from Feeney Piano of Greensboro, NC use a dolly to carefully move an 800-900 pound rebuilt 1926 Steinway Model B grand piano Wednesday, September 17, 2014 onto the stage in the ballroom of the Cedars of Chapel Hill Clubhouse first floor. The vintage Steinway was rebuilt by UNC-CH piano technician John Foy. The piano will be featured in the first concert of the season in the ballroom on Sunday, September 28, 2014, when pianist Dr. Clara Yang of UNC-CH will perform. Photo Courtesy of Norm Innes PHOTO COURTESY OF NORM INNES
Piano movers from Feeney Piano of Greensboro, NC use a dolly to carefully move an 800-900 pound rebuilt 1926 Steinway Model B grand piano Wednesday, September 17, 2014 onto the stage in the ballroom of the Cedars of Chapel Hill Clubhouse first floor. The vintage Steinway was rebuilt by UNC-CH piano technician John Foy. The piano will be featured in the first concert of the season in the ballroom on Sunday, September 28, 2014, when pianist Dr. Clara Yang of UNC-CH will perform. Photo Courtesy of Norm Innes PHOTO COURTESY OF NORM INNES

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