We were recently delighted to be able to supply the impressive new Abbey Road Institute at Angel Studios, London with a new Feurich model 122 upright piano for their live room. It was great to see this iconic London studio rescued for the music industry from the usual speculative London property development, and being used […]
Here is the new copper-coated Feurich upright piano. It is a Bauhaus-style case like the model 115 with the innards of the prestigious “Made in Vienna” model 123!
We attended the fantastic UK launch of the Feurich model 123 Made in Vienna upright piano. Packed full of technical innovations (different capstan heights for white and black keys, high speed KAMM-action for faster repetition, lead-free keys, new pedal system, removeable casing, environmentally friendly lacquer finish) and high quality materials (Renner action, Renner hammers!), the […]
I was delighted to tune for Emeli Sande’s recording session in her new studio yesterday. Note that she has a Feurich grand piano to play on!
London based pianist Bryan Edery has enjoyed playing on our Feurich grand and upright pianos so much that he has asked us to become his official acoustic piano supplier. Bryan plays a repertoire of pop and jazz at private events, corporate events and weddings and has found that only the best will do. “Obviously nothing beats playing on a […]
It is unusual to find a brand new harpsichord, but today I was tuning a 2018 vintage instrument for Les Arts Florissants’ rehearsals of the Beggar’s Opera. It’s good to know that instrument making is alive and well in France!
Here is a brief cameo appearance of our piano workshop in the talented Erland Cooper’s video of Maalie! Visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d7lUlq_G49g Note that it is all shot in a single take…
Great to hear our Walter-McNulty fortepiano in action at the Queen’s Hall, Edinburgh for a live broadcast on BBC Radio 3 yesterday. Despite receiving excessive punishment at the hands of Robert Levin, accompanying Steven Isserlis on the cello playing Beethoven repertoire, the piano sounded good thanks to the Alexander Skeaping’s hard work tuning and Paul […]
Why do people rent pianos? In these uncertain times many people don’t want to commit to buying a piano – they might have to move job or home, or a small child just starting may not take to the instrument. The flexibility that low cost piano rental gives you (from £1/day) combined with the savings […]
I’m in the pit at the Royal Opera House (Covent Garden) for the Royal Ballet School Summer Performance!