Schmitt Music and Casio proudly present a special performance, workshop and Q&A session with Larry Dunn, solo artist and original keyboardist for Earth, Wind and Fire! Mr. Dunn will talk about his extensive career and showcase Casio Celviano digital pianos.
Watch Larry performing on a Casio Privia PX-5S at NAMM 2014:
With his keyboard playing, Larry Dunn helped transform Earth, Wind & Fire into one of the all-time most successful R&B bands in the world, with sales of more than 100 million albums worldwide, 6 Grammys, 13 Grammy nominations, 4 American Music Awards, 32 Gold & Platinum/Multi-Platinum Records & Albums, a Star on Hollywood’s Walk Of Fame, induction into the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame (2000) and the Songwriters Hall Of Fame (2010), as well as other industry awards.
In addition to playing organ, synthesizer, piano, keyboards, and clavinet with the group from 1972 until 1983, Larry held the position and handled the responsibilities of the band’s Musical Director. As one of the key people behind the scene, much of the group’s musical success can be attributed to him. In addition, he rehearsed Earth, Wind & Fire for live stage performances and wrote many of the musical segues and medleys.
Along with playing keyboards, programming synthesizers, and composing, Larry has
developed a talent of producing and composing for other artists. To further this talent, for the past 20 years, Larry has been increasing his knowledge of sound engineering, computers, and synthesizer programming. Learn more on Mr. Dunn’s website: larrydunnmusic.com.
The Larry Dunn performance & workshop is a kick-off event for our 5-Day “Fall Piano Warehouse Sale” at Schmitt Music Brooklyn Center:
Shop our warehouse sale and you’ll find the area’s best selection of new, used and consignment pianos, discontinued models, demos, clearance pianos and more – CLICK HERE to learn more!
For a limited time, you can get special interest-free, 12 month financing and great rebates up to $150 on select models of Casio & Celviano digital pianos! Click here to learn more!