Piano! Las Vegas, with Comedy-Magician and Live Music
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The last date listed for Piano! Las Vegas was Wednesday August 31, 2011 / 2:30pm.
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Ryan is a talented man and for the price, I can't complain. The show is only an hour long and it's him on the piano the entire time along with a 5-piece orchestra (trumpet, sax, trombone I think, bass guitar and a keyboard). He also spent one song playing drums and the harmonica after the piano. Overall, it's a great way to spend an hour to watch someone who is very good at what he does and loves doing it.
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We loved Piano! Las Vegas. Ryan Ahern is an excellent pianist. He also sings while playing several of the pieces and is an all around great entertainer. He has a six piece orchestra which is also very good. Ryan plays a variety of music and is...continued
*June 7 to July 31, 2011: *Opening acts include a rotating lineup of comedy magicians.
Experience the most captivating solo piano artist in the world… live on stage! Critics call Piano! Las Vegas “the most amazing display of piano playing you will ever encounter.” Award-winning master pianist Ryan Ahern, along with his live orchestra, mesmerizes audiences with his remarkable, razor-sharp hand speed and breathtaking musical arrangements. You will see why Ryan Ahern is the “American King of Piano.”