sigal-exhibits

uncover stories from the founding of the United States to modern day!

Sigal Music Museum is proud to present Sounds of America from July 8, 2022, to March 31, 2023.
This exhibit endeavors to tell the story of music in America by examining its artists, recordings, and technologies from 1775 to the present day. Sounds of America features a variety of genres and includes some exciting local examples.

Overview

Sounds of America reveals stories from the founding of the United States to the modern day, displaying a cross-section of genres, artists, and developing technologies for recording and listening to music. Visitors will explore the development of music in America not just from the performer’s perspective but also from the consumer’s experience. One of the best ways to understand a historical era is to listen to its music. Sounds of America allows you to absorb the sights and sounds of the early eras of this country and experience history through the lens of music.
Explore music history from the very first piano ever made and sold in America, through the jazz age, all the way to the first generation Apple iPod Touch!

EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS

Josh White’s 1943 Martin Guitar

Berent Piano, 1775, First piano made and sold in America

Oldest Original Steinway Piano, patented 1858

Sounds of America Grand Opening Photos by Grey Thompson

Press Release
Education Packet

EXHIBIT SPONSORS

sigal-exhibits

uncover stories from the founding of the United States to modern day!

Sigal Music Museum is proud to present Sounds of America from July 8, 2022, to March 31, 2023.
This exhibit endeavors to tell the story of music in America by examining its artists, recordings, and technologies from 1775 to the present day. Sounds of America features a variety of genres and includes some exciting local examples.

Overview

Sounds of America reveals stories from the founding of the United States to the modern day, displaying a cross-section of genres, artists, and developing technologies for recording and listening to music. Visitors will explore the development of music in America not just from the performer’s perspective but also from the consumer’s experience. One of the best ways to understand a historical era is to listen to its music. Sounds of America allows you to absorb the sights and sounds of the early eras of this country and experience history through the lens of music.
Explore music history from the very first piano ever made and sold in America, through the jazz age, all the way to the first generation Apple iPod Touch!

EXHIBIT HIGHLIGHTS

Josh White’s 1943 Martin Guitar

Education Packet
Press Release

EXHIBIT SPONSORS

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