Almost immediately after the coronavirus thing started pretty much every appointment I had on the calendar, up until the middle of April, cancelled. And I don't blame them. Most of them I would have cancelled myself if the customer had not. But I have two on the books for next week that have not cancelled. Not new customers so I know the people and the environments. So, today's question is whether any of you are actually doing ANY house calls at the moment, or if you are just blanket cancelling everything? If you are still making the rare house call, how are you approaching it?Thanks --
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Adam, I'm in the same boat. We will still have a few recitals for students (only grad students who are graduating) and I have the OK to come to work and also tune for the recitals. Only the pianist, one instrument or voice, the recording engineer in his booth and the grading faculty are allowed in the hall. No emsembles allowed. It's eerily quiet around here, but I'm getting stuff done that I usually can't get to like regulating practice grands, key bushing, etc.
I am happy to come in as I can't work from home. I am alone all the time except at home, so my health continues to be good. We're all healthy at home, but crowded.
Stay healthy all!
Everything I had was mandatorily canceled due to the governor's mandate. I'm keeping a list of clients that want me to come as soon as possible, which I'm assuming means as soon as the ban is lifted. I have a feeling the list will continue to grow as this thing drags on.
Until then, I have several projects to keep me busy, including trying to restore a 1912 "railroad grade" Hamilton pocket watch. That will be interesting....