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Save the Piano Salon!

Longtime readers will know my deep fondness for the piano salon, and that fondness remains undimmed though motherhood has meant fewer nights out for Fauré.

Imagine, then, my distress to learn a threatened rent hike of 250% might spell the end of those effortless, magical evenings. (Effortless, that is, for those who get to just turn up; Christoph and the musicians work their tails off to make the concerts sparkle.)

If you know of a ground-floor place with about 200 square meters available for rent in or around Prenzlauer Berg, drop Christoph a line. And in any case, do go along to the evening of sonatas by Beethoven and Schubert performed by Sayaka Shoji and Julien Quentin tonight, and get there early.


The Piano Salon epitomizes the spirit of Berlin for me. The first of many tucked away magical corners I've discovered from your postings. Glad you're back! Liebe Gruesse aus Los Angeles!

Rumor has it Christoph's found rooms in Pappelallee, so fingers crossed. Hope you're well!

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