A Piano Shop Near Me in Saugerties, NY
Over the course of 3 generations now The Hilton family has been synonymous with music in upstate New York, by serving upstate New York families in Saugerties, NY with all their piano and music needs and wants. Hilton Piano Center delivers the best service, friendly staff, knowledgeable and experienced staff, piano services, and amazing selection of today's pianos.
Located right inside of Colonie Center Mall, Hilton Piano Center has the expertise and a vast inventory of piano accessories, player pianos, digital pianos, classic pianos, and digital keyboards, to help you find the perfect instrument to suit your musical needs and taste. You can give us a call at (518) 435-9876 or just swing by and see us at our local piano and music store.
We receive so many calls from people in Saugerties New York who ask where is there a piano store near me? Most end up stopping by to see us in person that same day. Just hop on the throughway and pay us a visit! Our piano shop is a short drive from Saugerties to Colonie (Albany.) Saugerties is only 50 miles from Albany, NY.
Hilton Piano Center sells new and used pianos, services and moves pianos, as well as designs and installs music labs for Saugerties area schools. Throughout the decades of our piano experience we have sold to and supported hundreds of Churches and other places of worship. If you need piano lessons, piano repair, commercial piano rentals, and piano tuning we also offer that at our family owned local piano shop. As we stay up to date on all the newest technology in pianos we can even convert your old acoustic piano to a digital piano and with headphones you can even practice and play in silence in your home so that the rest of your household doesn’t hear you playing!
We are the exclusive Authorized dealers of Hallet Davis acoustic pianos, QRS player piano systems, Baldwin acoustic pianos, Roland digital pianos and keyboards, Dynatone digital pianos, and Casio Hybrid pianos. Hilton Piano Center also has fantastic selections of Used Steinway, Kawai, Yamaha, and other quality piano manufacturers. You can view most of our piano selection online with our inventory changing from day to day.
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Saugerties is one of the few places in the Northeast that is amazingly dynamic, with breathtaking views, yet a quaint atmosphere around the town. Located between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains Saugerties is a great place to find rest and relaxation while enjoying the views and small town shops and dinners.
Saugerties is located in Ulster County, New York, with a portion of the town located inside of Catskill Park.
During the American Revolution in 1777, the British lay anchor at Saugerties from October 18–22, and raiding parties burned Clermont and Belvedere, across the Hudson River, sloops near the Esopus Creek, and several homes and barns. During these few days, British General Vaughan learned of Burgoyne's surrender at Saratoga on October 17 and the British fleet left from the Mid-Hudson Valley, never to return again.
The Town of Saugerties was organized from the town of Kingston on April 5, 1811 and at that time the hamlet of Saugerties contained only twenty-one houses. The village was incorporated in 1831 as "Ulster," and changed its name to "Saugerties" in 1855.
Henry Barclay, from Manhattan, with his wife Catherine moved to Saugerties around 1825. Barclay had a dam constructed on the Esopus Creek and then in about 1828 he established the Ulster Iron Works to produce hoop and bar iron. His facility had a capacity to manufacture around 6,000 tons annually. and employed about 300 people with round the clock shifts. Then in 1830 Henry Barclay constructed a paper mill powered by the Esopus Creek.
In the early 1800’s, blue stone was quarried in nearby Toodlum (Veteran). At the height of blue stone quarrying, 2,000 men were employed, shipping about a million and a halfs dollars’ worth of blue stone annually from Glasco, Malden, and Saugerties. During this time blue stone was used for door sills, paving, curbing, and window sills:, much of which was used in New York CIiy.
In 1889 the "Saugerties and New York Steamboat Company" was started. 3 short years later, the steamboats “Tremper” and “M. Martin” collided with each other while both trying to dock first when arriving in Saugerties. At very low tides sometimes you can see the remains of the steamboat Saugerties north of the lighthouse which burned in the water in 1903.