The imaginative spirit of Koichi Kawai, our founder, laid an ambitious foundation for all who would follow, and is the primary reason why the name Kawai has been synonymous with innovation since 1927. Always searching for new materials and technologies that can improve the tone, touch, stability or durability of a piano, Kawai has pioneered many of the piano industry’s most compelling and beneficial innovations, including aluminium action rails, slow-close fallboards, hard finish music desks and the revolutionary use of ABS composites and carbon fibre in piano actions.
The company’s passion for innovation also extends to electronics where Kawai created the industry’s first digital pianos with real wooden keys, the first action designs that re-create the natural movement and motion of an acoustic piano action, the first built-in CD recorders and the first affordable digital pianos with real wooden soundboards.
In its never-ending quest to elevate the art of instrumental craftsmanship, Kawai continues to fulfil its calling as the future of the piano.

Petrof Pianos

PETROF pianos and grand pianos are traditional Czech products. Ever since the establishment of the company in 1864 the company has built over 635,000 instruments. PETROF is a family company operating in 5 continents and exporting their instruments to 65 countries. The pianos are popular among musicians thanks to their incredibly soft, delicate, round and romantic sound. The PETROF piano offer is very wide and sufficient for satisfying demanding customer’s requirements. PETROF frequently commissions custom made instruments accordingly to the customer’s request.
In 1954 PETROF has started their Research and Development Department where their instruments are perfected, measured and tuned meticulously resulting in their acoustic properties.

C. Bechstein

C. Bechstein is a leading European piano manufacturer. The company was established in Berlin in 1853 by Carl Bechstein and quickly grown to a leading brand chosen for great composers like Frans Liszt or Richard Wagner. Claude Debussy has noticed that “piano music should be written only for Bechstein” and world hits like Elton John’s “Your Song” or The Beatles’ “Hey Jude” have been recorded on C. Bechstein.
Today C. Bechstein offers pianos and grand pianos for everyone starting with basic instruments of Zimmerman, European instruments of W. Hoffmann and finishing with highest quality German instruments. C. Bechstein is the largest European piano/grand piano manufacturer and the largest producer of custom hammer heads in western world.

Steingraeber & Söhne

Steingraeber & Sohne has been producing pianos since 1852 in Bayreuth, the city of Wagner Festival. Currently the family firm employs 35 people who work everyday while producing the highest quality handmade instruments. The progress in the world class instrument construction is a result of a long pursuit towards innovation. Steingraeber pianos are played by world-known award-winning musicians. Udo Seingraeber is a representative of the 6th family generation of piano constructors. He has been running the company since 1980.


Japanese company of Yamaha (est. 1887) is one of the most renowned piano/grand piano producers in the whole world. The instruments are famous for their beautiful sound, innovative technical solutions and meeting the most complex pianists’ demands. The vast offer which has grown in 100 years of experience allows the full customization of the instrument towards the desired purpose — concert halls, small music rooms and cozy studies.
CFX concert piano was present on the most important stages in Europe including Berlin Philharmonic, Royal Academy of Music in London or National Music Forum in Wroclaw. The instrument is famous for its meticulous handmade finish, highest quality materials and universal sound which allows the artist to express a whole emotional spectrum in diverse music repertoires.
The instrument is eagerly chosen by the participants of the most prestigious competitions like International Chopin Competition, Piotr Czajkowski’s Competition, Competition in Hamamatsu and many others.


The company of L. Bosendorfer was established in Vienna in 1828 while cultivating the tradition of producing unique pianos which resemble musical masterpieces in the perfection of their construction and the warmth of the sound.
Bosendorfer is the oldest piano manufactory in the world which has always been inspired by the concept of legendary Stradivari violin. Even today, the concert grand pianos are handmade in the largest spectrum possible which clearly reflects in their highest quality. It is worth remembering that ever since the company’s establishment, 85% of the wood composition belongs to a hand-selected and traditionally seasoned European spruce.
Despite their traditional approach in the construction process, Bosendorfer relentlessly works on gradual growth of their production in order to meet the growing popularity in Europe, Asia and USA.

August Förster

The August Förster principle is founded on maintaining our 160-year tradition of craftsmanship and meeting the highest individual standards of quality. August Förster is one of the few companies in the world where nearly everything is made by hand. We use only the finest materials. The legs, music desks, and lyres for the pedals are elaborately carved from wood. The back frames of the grand pianos feature a radial construction, while the various components are joined exclusively with wooden dowels. The soundboards are carved from tonewood and are ribbed, adjusted, and installed by professionals. The bass strings are wound by hand, and the cast-iron plates are all drilled, sanded, filled, and coated manually. Each instrument is an individual work of art, with the finishing touches made by our voicing experts. They are specialists with decades of experience who lend each instrument its unmistakable August Förster sound.
Currently, August Förster employs a staff of 37 people who produce approximately 80 grand pianos and 120 upright pianos every year. Customers and interested parties have the opportunity to take a tour of our production facilities, to see us hand-crafting the instruments in person. For many of our customers, this chance to witness the creation of “their instrument” is an increasingly vital aspect of the process.


In 1849, Eduard Seiler began crafting pianos in Legnica. He had a grand vision: to produce pianos and grand pianos that would meet professional demands, but also open access to the world of music to everyone. Seiler’s business grew rapidly, but with the end of World War II, the company lost its production facilities and its headquarters in Legnica. However, the inherited knowledge from more than a century of experience in piano building was not forgotten, as Eduard Seiler’s great-grandson starts the production of Seiler pianos anew in 1945 – first in Denmark and from 1961 in the Franconian town of Kitzingen. Since then, SEILER has not stopped looking for ways to improve its instruments and adapt them to the needs of musicians. Steffen Seiler patents an unusual system in the field of repetition mechanics called Super Magnet Repetition, and later his development of the Seiler DuoVox system becomes a revolutionary.


The Pramberger company has been manufacturing pianos and grand pianos since 1779. It was founded in Austria by Joseph Johann Pramberger. At the beginning of its existence, the Pramberger company was a small family business. Over the years and continuous improvement of instruments, the company grew. At the beginning of the 20th century, Pramberger moved its factory to the United States, more specifically to the New York area. The company employed better and better technicians who had experience in building instruments of such a brand as Steinway&Sons. As a result, the instruments produced at the Pramberger factory were of increasingly better quality and were appreciated by a growing number of pianists, especially in the United States. Today, the Pramberger brand is very well known in this country and can often be found, for example, in American film productions.


Founded in 1958, Samick Musical Instrument Company has more than 60 years of experience in manufacturing high-quality musical instruments. The craftsmanship developed over all the years in the market has made Samick one of the largest and most experienced musical instrument manufacturers in the world. Samick pianos and grand pianos are high quality and affordable, making them a popular choice for pianists. Samick pianos and upright pianos are made in Indonesia with components from well-known companies such as Roslau strings, Abel hammers, and felts from the Wurzen factory in Germany. A wide range of colors allows you to choose the right instrument for any interior, whether modern or stylized.

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