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Karen Ham Karen Ham from Bronx wrote on February 22, 2016 at 3:04 am:
Hi Mr. Nero, Saw you performing at Lehman College for the Gershwin Project. Loved it !!!! Still waiting for the re issue of the On Tour album on CD. Finally got the Fantasy and Improvisations CD. You are fantastic. Thanks so much.
Denise Dougherty Denise Dougherty from Carefree, Az. wrote on February 13, 2016 at 3:46 pm:
Dear Mr. Nero, My husband and I saw your performance in Scottsdale and I can honestly say I have never seen or heard ANYTHING that I enjoyed as much as your rendition of West Side Story. Absolutely a privilege to have gotten the chance to listen and watch you perform it. Thank you so much.
Betsy Hunt Betsy Hunt from Anchorage wrote on January 27, 2016 at 10:31 pm:
Hello Peter Hope you get this..not quite a year ago you performed at Berkley on campus (CA) and my younger sister saw you play. She was able to visit briefly after the concert and you were very gracious to her. Thank you for being so approachable all these years. Your musical influence was and still is priceless to me and to many others. Thank you for always remembering me....Betsy
Roberto Vignera Roberto Vignera wrote on October 15, 2015 at 5:58 am:
Dear Peter, as you can hear Mr Dutton (Vocalion) has done a good job on Rhapsody (the horrible wooooov at 9:5). I asked him why not "recovery" Piano Forte. He asked me you do not allow it. Very strange. Roberto.
Jennifer Lucas Jennifer Lucas from Bloomington wrote on October 2, 2015 at 9:49 pm:
Dear Mr. N, This is a bit late, but here goes. My father, Mike Lucas, bought a baby grand that once belonged to you, back in the 70s. He was Johnny Mathis' tour pianist most of my growing-up years. My first music was heard on a George Steck grand, and it was then on your baby grand that I learned to play. Thank you, thank you.
ricardo san martin ricardo san martin from Santiago/Chile wrote on September 5, 2015 at 11:45 pm:
-Mr. Nero,I´d like you to know that a few days ago, at a flea market, I found your "PIANO FORTE-THE MAGNIFICENT PIANO OF-PETER NERO, it´s an american edition, vinyl -of course- it´s almost new, I mean that it has a very good sound or audio; it´s a beautiful cover, Im very happy...greetings Mr. Nero.
Douglas Daly Douglas Daly from Lubbock wrote on August 9, 2015 at 4:03 am:
I wish y'all had put "You are there" on a CD. It is one of my favorites. (I wish that I could play the piano like y'all. I still struggle with intermediate books after half a century of practice. I can't golf either. I once hit the same tree five times in a row. I wish I was kidding.)
Eduard Vooren Eduard Vooren from Oosterbeek, the Netherlands wrote on August 6, 2015 at 6:15 pm:
Hello from Amsterdam Holland. To: Mr. Nero (Peter), It is with awe that I write you to tell you that at age 14, living in Amsterdam, I got the 'Sunday in New York' album as a birthday gift from my uncle, who was a great fan of yours. I loved the music instantly and I played certain tracks over and over again. As a little boy I dreamt of ever being a piano player like you (never reached that goal though). Until one day I left the record out on the table near the window and the vinyl got warped in the heat of the sun. No more Peter Nero... All these years I have searched and searched for a new copy and now, thanks to iTunes and AppleMusic I relocated the album and played it today. Tears filled my eyes when all the memories flooded back. How wonderful to hear it again! And thank you for the beautiful music you left us. I'll be Florida next year July (2016) and will try to locate your next performance venue. Keep on going; you look vibrant and energetic! Best regards, Eduard Vooren
Clyde Ehrhardt Clyde Ehrhardt wrote on November 8, 2014 at 10:34 pm:
My wife and I attended Peter latest concert in Missouri this year and enjoyed it beyond belief. We were watching a genius at work. He took us on a journey thru music forums of many forms . what a ride. we want to do it again. Clyde Ehrhardt
Raymond Louis Opezzo Raymond Louis Opezzo wrote on September 8, 2014 at 11:20 am:
I received your first album at 19 called "Piano Forte" in 1964 with my stereo set. I first saw you with trio at University of Detroit, that was fifty years ago last June. I believe I've seen you play with every Michigan visit. I recall your fan club headed by Shawn Hampton in the sixties. At 68 it's been a pleasure and joy to see and hear you all these decades.
Lisa Lisa wrote on September 6, 2014 at 1:09 am:
Hello Peter, My parents bought your records When I was a small child. You have influenced me so very much!! I still love your style and passion so much. I have your music on Cd's and I play my piano trying to imitate your beautiful style! My favorites are, "For once in my life", "Rain in my heart", "I Love how you Love me", "Wichita Lineman" and "Scarborough Affair "... Reminds me of my childhood , you introduced me to the world of Jazz and you were so easy to love and appreciate. Thank you
Benjamin Joel Bunn Sr. Benjamin Joel Bunn Sr. wrote on August 16, 2014 at 9:47 pm:
I was the first to witness Peter Nero when he first appeared after his graduation from Juilliard School of Performing Arts. We lived in Oklahoma City, OK then, and it has been a truly remarkable memory. I just wanted to say hello, and you taught me some of the things I could not do !! I am truly IMPRESSED. You do a fine job. Ben Bunn
Clyde Ehrhardt Clyde Ehrhardt from Cuba Missouri wrote on July 27, 2014 at 2:44 am:
I had the pleasure of first seeing you in Sacramento CA in 1962 or 63. I have been a fan ever since. And what a treat it was to see you again in STCharles MO and then in Columbia MO this year. You blew me away with your talent. Put Branson on you list of Missouri cities to visit and play.. We will be there. we go to sleep every night with you music. god bless Clyde
Shirley Maranda Shirley Maranda from Sarasota, FL wrote on July 14, 2014 at 2:14 pm:
Have Peter's first album and many others since. Being a classical pianist, I really admire his style of jazz. He's one of the few really great jazz artists around. Thanks Peter for many years of enjoyment.
ricardo san martin ricardo san martin from Santiago/Chile wrote on June 15, 2014 at 10:55 pm:
....Mr. Nero,it´s me again, after seven months, I want you to know this amazing story....After seven months, I found, your "Sunday in N. York", on vinyl, from 1964, it´s almost new, it's incredible....I found it,at a flea market....immediately, I ask a friend to pass it on CD, as it deserves....thanks
Nan Kloeppel Nan Kloeppel from Rochester Hills Michigan 48307 wrote on May 23, 2014 at 12:42 am:
Best wishes for a very happy 80th birthday, and many, many more! Nan Kloeppel
Nan Kloeppel Nan Kloeppel from Rochester Hills Michigan 48307 wrote on May 22, 2014 at 11:18 pm:
First of All ... Happy, Happy Birthday Peter! And many, many more! Will you return to Meadowbrook in Rochester Hills, Michigan again soon? I certainly hope so! Was able to see you there at least twice and remember especially the second time when you announced you had taken care of some special stage lighting! The other times were at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, and earlier yet, at the Birmingham Theatre in Birmingham Michigan in the 60's! I am so happy to be in touch with your musical genius now additionally through youtube! I have learned much from listening to you and now enjoy playing piano for many others myself ... thanks to you! May happiness and good health follow you and your family, wherever you go! Always one of your most enthusiastic fans! Nan
Nan Kloeppel Nan Kloeppel from Rochester Hills Michigan 48307 wrote on May 22, 2014 at 11:17 pm:
First of All ... Happy, Happy Birthday Peter! And many, many more! Will you return to Meadowbrook in Rochester Hills, Michigan again soon? I certainly hope so! Was able to see you there at least twice and remember especially the second time when you announced you had taken care of some special stage lighting! The other times were at the Macomb Center for the Performing Arts, and earlier yet, at the Birmingham Theatre in Birmingham Michigan in the 60's! I am so happy to be in touch with your musical genius now additionally through youtube! I have learned much from listening to you and now enjoy playing piano for many others myself ... thanks to you! May happiness and good health follow you and your family, wherever you go! Always one of your most enthusiastic fans! Nan
Michelle Mullen Michelle Mullen from Flat Rock, NC wrote on May 22, 2014 at 2:03 pm:
May 22, 2014....Happy 80th Birthday today Peter! 8 is the fortuitous number in the Chinese culture , and so we, your fans, are doubly blessed that your brilliant artistry has tickled the 88 ivories 'lo these many years! You are such a gift to the world; thank you for your hard work and sharing your wonderful style and talent with us all. It was a supreme pleasure to hear your play in concert in Ashland KY a couple of weeks ago, and it fulfilled a dream of mine to see you perform. And to chat with you afterwards, was truly a treat, because you are as interesting, intelligent and generous a person as you are a pianist....an inimitable one at that. Your charming sense of humor is the icing on the cake, so have some cake today and make a wish!
Barry Jackson Barry Jackson wrote on May 22, 2014 at 5:07 am:
Happy birthday! I own several of your albums,and I saw you in person twice at the Melodyland Theatre in Anaheim,Calif.. In 1967 you appeared with Robert Goulet and Norm Crosby. In 1969 you appeared with Ed Ames. In the early '90s you signed one of your album jackets I had given to the limo driver who picked you up for a performance in Sun City West,AZ.
Giancarlo Giancarlo from Vergani wrote on May 13, 2014 at 10:16 pm:
Dear Peter, I started listening to his records since childhood, thanks to my father, the late '50s. Just great! I hope to buy some CDs of his unlimited production, ordering them in America, because in its official website I've seen that does not have them anymore. So I can get them to listen to my daughter Joy I. I wish you all the best and again congratulations for his infinite class. GV Via Privata Uberto Dell'Orto 12 20161 Milano - Italy mobile 3381250197
Ritch collins Ritch collins from Technical director paramount arts center Ashland ky wrote on May 9, 2014 at 12:46 am:
Wow! I have heard of Peter Nero most of my life,and I am so glad I got to hear him play. It is great to meet someone who has been in this business as long as mr. Nero,who still has the intensity , and love for the music. Most importantly what a nice guy! Thanks for the music!
John Dee John Dee from University of Illinois (& Florida Philharmonic) wrote on April 13, 2014 at 12:47 am:
Peter, What a thrill you see you again! Last time working together w/ the Florida Philharmonic, this time at the Krannert Center (@ University of Illinois)! How great to have you with us! You're just THE best! Next time back, how about an OBOE master class for my students? All my best always, John Dee
Hugh Glenn Hugh Glenn from My Mother wrote on April 3, 2014 at 12:26 am:
Peter and the San Diego Symphony played brilliantly last Friday evening. Personal anecdotes and insights about Gershwin added much to the evening's program. Another performance to cherish. An unbeatable combination: an amazing pianist and the music of an original contributor to the Great American Songbook. Thank you, Peter. Very few pianists can match what you do. It was grand hearing a live performance of my favorite Gershwin composition, Concerto in F.
Charlie Palmer Charlie Palmer wrote on March 23, 2014 at 9:37 pm:
Hi again, Pete. Lori & I really enjoyed the concert last Saturday night & especially the visit after-wards. I am writing so that you can get back with us with your E-Mail address & we can stay in touch from now on. Would you like to give me Peggy's contact info also? Look forward to staying in touch. Charlie & Lori Palmer
Gary Goetz Gary Goetz from Dayton Ohio wrote on March 19, 2014 at 5:46 pm:
My name is Gay Goetz and you are the reason Ibecame a professional pianist. My mother took me to see you perform at Memorial Hall in Dayton (1962) I was 8 years old end I didnt take my eyes of that trio the whole time. I TRIED TO IMMATATE you. I even tried to learn that classic West Side Story medley. I would give anything to get my hands on that score and really learn it proper as I still listen to it these days. All the best to you Peter. you influenced my life. Sincerely, Gary
andrew harwood andrew harwood from mid-west isa wrote on February 10, 2013 at 5:48 pm:
when the world can no longer listen to peter nero play the piano that's the day "the music died". thank you peter!
Celso Tomisawa Celso Tomisawa from Brazil wrote on January 21, 2013 at 9:25 pm:
Hello Mr.Peter Nero! I am writing from Brazil and I and my brother Carlos, we are grateful to you for playing the songs in a very special and so melodious. All the tunes for you, have a great importance for us as it brings back memories of a past that we had, with great harmony, health and happiness. Thanks also for the great opportunity to give us this magnificent space on your site, to write! I know you're a busy man, but if it were possible we would like to receive a response from this e-mail from you. Here in Brazil you have a large fan base. Sincerely, Celso Tomisawa I apologize for my english
Phil Barboni Phil Barboni wrote on December 22, 2012 at 4:17 am:
Dear Peter, My mother was a piano teacher who had a great fondness for Gershwin. While in my teens she purchased your New Piano in Town album for me and I immediately loved it. Six albums later and still going strong I just couldn't get enough. Then it was off to college, career, marriage, children (life) and my vinyl just gathered dust. I retired a couple of years ago and now at 66 finally resurrected my old stereo system. The first album I grabbed was Peter Nero in Person. I listened to that entire album like it was the very first time and became filled with your unique talent to the point of tears. I can't tell you how much I have loved your music and what an effect it has had on my life. Some days aren't so good and my wife will say I think you need a Nero fix. Sure enough I put on one of your old albums and a feeling of euphoria overtakes ever part of my body and mind and I am again at peace. Thank you so much for sharing yourself with me through your piano playing. I will forever enjoy every note of every one of your songs.
Eva Young Eva Young from Newark, DE wrote on December 15, 2012 at 2:30 am:
Dear Mr. Nero, What a delightful concert this afternoon! Eva