Renovators

WR-Piano

WR-Piano was established in 1995 by Wojciech Rosinski who earned much experience while working at Calisia piano manufactory. The company currently employs 20 professional specialists.
Each month we send out approximately 15 mint condition instruments out of the walls of our manufactory. New investments allow us to increase the number of renovated instruments.
wrpiano.com

Naprawa pianin i fortepianów Sylwester Kowalczyk

My name is Sylwester Kowalczyk and I am a graduate of Technical School of Piano Construction in Kalisz. I have had a pleasure of participating in the lectures on piano constructions conducted by an outstanding piano construction Gustaw Fibiger who is also the founder of Piano and Grand Piano Manufactory “Calisia”.
I have stated my profession at this very manufactory back in 1978 while starting on the position of a constructor. I have been later promoted to become the quality control chief, chief technician and the production chief. Numerous years of experience have provided me with an accurate insight into the instrument construction’s complex aspects.
Having an opportunity to cooperate with C. Bechstein, Blüthner, Petrof and Seiler have deepened and sustained my experience and knowledge.
I am a registered assessor and legal expert in piano constructions. I have also taught professional courses at Technical School of Piano Construction in Kalisz.
kowalczykpiano.com

Piano Renovation Professional

Piano Renovation Professional S.C. has been a company specializing in music branch since 1986. The company provides piano/grand piano renovations as well as retail of components, parts and accessories. The company owns a license to install “silent play” systems and self-play systems of PianoDisc. Piano Renovation Professional S.C. is an executive representative of Jahn Pianoteile in Poland — a world known company specializing in providing highest quality materials for keyboard instrument renovations.
www.pianorenovation.pl

Piano Studio

Piano Studio has been established in 2002 by Ryszard Marianski — an experienced piano construction technician, a graduate of Technical School of Piano Construction in Kalisz.

The company renovates grand pianos for music schools, community centers and private customers in Poland. Piano Studio has also started cooperating with international clients across Europe.

Interestingly, Piano Studio is one of few companies in Kalisz which owns exclusive paint shop thus the whole process, including the finish and polishing the case, is under constant observation of the company’s employees.

Piano Parts International

We carry out all kinds of restoration services. Our skilled technicians will be happy to restore your instruments to their former glory. Piano Parts International offers new and refurbished instruments, of the highest quality at affordable prices.

Paul McNulty

Paul McNulty is a maker of world-famous fortepianos known for their best performance quality. He became interested in instrument building after studying music at Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore and graduated in piano technology from North Bennet Street Industrial School in Boston, where he earned guild qualification as a tuning examiner.
Paul McNulty made more than 300 fortepianos. His copies of Silbermann, Stein, Walter, Hofmann, Fritz and Graf are used for concerts and recordings in most prestigious concert halls and opera houses, owned by prominent players and leading music institutions, such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Paul Badura-Skoda, Malcolm Bilson, Ronald Brautigam, Warsaw Chopin Institute, Klassik Stiftung Weimar, Paris Opera and Glyndebourne Festival as well as Cornell, Oberlin, Stanford, Harvard, etc. 
Paul McNulty was first in modern times to build Pleyel 1830, Boisselot 1846, Streicher 1868 and Chopin’s Warsaw piano, 1826 Buchholtz. Paul McNulty’s current efforts are restoring antique French pianos for the Warsaw Chopin Institute.

Sławomir Zubrzycki

Sławomir Zubrzycki – pianist, claviolinist, composer, and constructor of musical instruments. In 2009 Zubrzycki came across the traces of a real rarity – the keyboard-bowed instrument designed by Leonardo da Vinci, but which had almost been unknown and forgotten. Fascinated by the facts from the past, in the years 2009 – 2012 Zubrzycki created his own version of Leonardo da Vinci’s design and brought to life an instrument with a unique sound and ready to concert.

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