FirstCoast.Tv got to interview David Toscanini who plays regularly at Centro Piano Bar on King Street in St Augustine. Reporter Adriana Danzilo got to ask him some questions about his playing and his music.
For an event contact David Toscanini at 386-538-1894
Adriana Danzilo entrevistó para Primera Costa TV a David Toscanini un artista cuyo arte es el piano. Su historia personal con el piano y sus gustos en la música que toca, fueron algunas de las preguntas hechas al artista.
Robert Burns performed instrumental music on an ancient instrument, the Hammered Dulcimer, in the historic swimming pool area of the Lightner Museum. This free performance was opened to the public and was from 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m.
Robert’s unique melodic, rhythmic sound and style captivated, educated, and entertained. “I’ve had a lifelong passion and love for music. Listening to the sound of this ancient instrument in this historic pool setting at the Lightner Museum was truly inspirational,” said Robert Burns, who enjoys an international following and is a full time musician, composer and music educator in St. Augustine.