Piano 62 – Dresden Gallery

I read about the Dresden Gallery in Natalia’s blog. I asked Natalia if she’d seen any pianos in the gallery, she replied in the affirmative and off I went.

What a grand setting for a gig!


I asked Natalia if she’d like to request a particular piece of music for me to play. She considered this, eventually deciding some Beethoven would be appropriate for the setting. So I played some selectons from his Piano Sonatas Nos 30-32.


After the gig I had intended to go look at the art. However, I quickly came across some stairs going down to a lower level, and I know well that basements are just about always interesting in SL. So down I went.

And that’s where I found the rider I’d requested from the gallery owners. And what a wonderful feast, everything I’d specified (other than the Phad Thai) was in place and truly delicious, what a venue!


I looked around the basement and came across some freebie clothes, including this lovely looking gown.


I popped the dress on and started my tour of the gallery.


Want to know more about this piano madness of mine? See this page.

~ by catrin23 on June 24, 2007.

3 Responses to “Piano 62 – Dresden Gallery”

  1. Caterin, what a beautiful pix of you playing the piano! And that gown…I have to go back (totally missed that :P) You look so classy, like you absolutely belong behind a grand piano in a palace 🙂

  2. Oh no. Caterin has a rider, now??

    Hate to see what the demands are by the time she hits Piano #100. 😉

  3. Natalia: Thank you for your kind comments…and in SL I do absolutley belong behind a grand piano!

    Wrath: A rider? Well, yes, of course, what do you expect me to do after a hard night’s gigging? 😉

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