Florio Photoshoot Sparkly Piano FunVocalist / Guitarist / Pianist / Songwriter


Though I took piano lessons at age 6, I wasn't sold on it.  I realized the piano was great for exploring songs from the radio in high school.  It was so much more fun to play "by ear". 

Guitar was my "go to" when I first started performing, but if there was a piano available, I wanted to use that instead.  While touring the hotel circuit around the USA, I invested in a "portable" piano.  Fun fact: Back then, "portable" meant ~ 100-150# of piano, requiring at least two people to move it!  (It's a lot easier now!)

I prefer the piano to accompany myself on more jazzy styles and Broadway music, but  most other genres sound great on piano too. 

Vocals with Piano offers...

  • A more formal / elegant ambiance to enhance your occasion 
  • Room sound option with portable electric using internal speakers for smaller groups
  • Ability to amplify for larger venues and bigger crowds
  • Great sound for easy listening, adult contemporary, jazzy standards, movie music, and Broadway tunes, as well as other genres
  • A classy feel for background, or a gathering center for song requests and sing-alongs
  • Versatility from the average singer-songwriter guitar-vocal performance
  • A second instrument to offer variation through your event.  (I can bring the guitar too!)

Is there a tuned, fully working piano on premises?  Ask about my fee incentive to use it.

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2013 Paula C Snyder and Grandma Paula photos by Chris Florio were made possible by the Regional Artist Project Grant.  The Regional Artist Project Grant is funded and administered by the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.  
This project is supported by the N.C. Arts Council, a division of the Department of Cultural Resources.   The program is operated in partnership with the  Franklin County Arts Council, Johnston County Arts Council, Vance County Arts Council and Warren County Arts Council.