In 1923, the hall was destroyed in a hillside fire. It was rebuilt quickly by Maybeck.
In 1987, the house was purchased by jazz pianist Dick Whittington, who opened the hall for public recitals.
Between 1989 and 1995, Concord Records produced 42 solo piano recitals in Maybeck Recital Hall. Each recital featured a different jazz pianist, and all 42 recordings were released on CD. Concord also recorded 10 jazz duets at Maybeck during the same time period, which were also released as a series of CDs sold by Concord.
In 1996, the house was purchased by Gregory Moore. The recital hall is no longer open for public concerts, although it is used for private concerts which are attended by invitation only.
The 42 solo piano volumes are:
|32||Sir Roland Hanna|
|39||Kenny Drew, Jr.|