Music soars through the air in a grand symphony hall. Tuxedos have been pressed and gowns are sparkling. The musicians come to a roaring crescendo and the legato runs flow from practiced fingers on shining black and white ivory. The conductors staff is raised and lowered, directing cadence and then brings the orchestra to a gentle da capo al fine as the audience stands, applauding wildly.
And none of it would have been possible without a perfectly tuned, finely refurbished and shining grand piano.