Pearl River was set up in 1956 and is the biggest piano factory in China.
Pearl River makes approximately 100.000 pianos a year, which are exported to Europe, USA and Japan.
Large investments are made in new technologies and production methods in accordance with its growth strategy. Professionalism and dedication in all the production details define the reliability, durability and performance of these musical instruments.
High quality pianos are made by the extraordinarily experienced technicians, from the student range to the concert pianos, ensuring an excellent performance of any musical style.
Built as the best brands in the world, these extraordinary pianos have excellent sound, dynamics and durability.
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Pianista and songwriter Oksana Kolesnikova plays an original composition Aurora Fantasy in E Minor in a Pearl River piano
Kayserburg Artist Series pianos are a remarkable innovation in piano construction.
The renowned German craft techniques have joined the 21st century technological know-how to produce one of the best quality pianos.
The Pearl River Piano Company, which produces the Kayserburg pianos, turned to German specialists to lead the creation of these pianos.
The result is a pride for Pearl River and a challenge for all piano manufacturers anywhere in the world.
Kayserburg pianos have attracted the attention of some of the world's most demanding critics.
Under blind tests with European pianos priced up to three times higher, 90% of the jury composed of musicians and technicians thought Kayserburg would be the most expensive.
Ritmüller pianos have been a standard of musical excellence since the brand was established in Germany in 1795.
Under the auspices of the Pearl River Piano Group, the brand was elevated to a new and exciting level of quality and musical virtuosity.
Every component, every element of design, every manufacturing process was thought to result in the production of the sound that defines a world-class piano. In fact, Ritmüller's new models have earned the best references in the piano industry, including an impressive endorsement by Larry Fine, editor and publisher of pianobuyer.com and The Piano Book.
Clips from several jazz pianists visiting the stand in 2017 NAMM Show, Anaheim
Yamaha was established in 1887 by Torakusu Yamaha as piano and organ manufacturer, originally under the name Nippon Gakki Co., Ltd. in Hamamatsu, Shizuoka, Japan.
The company's origins as a musical instrument manufacturer is still reflected today in the group's logo, a trio of interlocking tuning forks.
Yamaha has grown to become the world's largest manufacturer of musical instruments.
Grand pianos made by Yamaha are the highest expression of this manufacturer.
Yamaha is proud to present a full line of grand pianos that reflect the continuing evolution of the Yamha as well as technological advances in acoustic manufacturing processes acoustic.
As regards to vertical pianos, Yamaha manufactures a wide range of models designed to respond to the requirement and sensitivity of pianists of all levels.
The portuguese pianist Artur Pizarro about Yamaha pianos (in english)
With over 90 years of experience, Kawai has achieved a timbre and touch that is unique these days.
Kawai is one of the architects of the modern piano, having always been pioneer in the use of new ideas, materials and technologies, thus contributing to evolution in the art of piano construction.
The combination of technology and traditional craftsmanship is part of the Kawai essence, and is the main reason why Kawai pianos are always in the vanguard.
About GL series Kawai pianos
Petrof is currently the largest European producer of grand and upright pianos. It does business on 5 continents and exports to more than 65 countries worldwide. Petrof pianos are the favored choice of many pianists due to their European, round and romantic sound.
As a company that is always attentive to evolution, Petrof has always been keen to maintain high levels of precision in manual work, the careful selection of materials and the romantic sound characteristic of the pianos of this brand.
Petrof pianos are produced in the Czech Republic, in Hradec Králové.