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Concert Piano Hire

Stock list

1. Model M – 1927, 5′ 7″ Gloss black case with ivory keyboard (Available from March 2019)

2. Model O – 1920, 5′ 11″ Brown (rosewood) satin case with ivory keyboard

3. Model B – 1978, 6′ 11″ Semi-gloss black case with ivory keyboard

Originally supplied to The Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London. Recent concerts have been with John Lenehan and Cedric Tiberghien both with the Britten Sinfonia, John Lill, Benjamin Grosvenor, Alessandro Taverna and comedy with Tim Minchin

4. Model D – 1986, 8′ 11″ High gloss black case with ivory Keyboard

A newer instrument which was bought and selected by the Royal College of Music in London, and recently acquired by us. Our first concert performer Pascal Roge was so taken with the instrument he immediately arranged to record a CD of Chopin for release in April 2010. Other delighted artists include Piers Lane with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Nikolai Demidenko, Kathryn Stott, Noriko Ogawa, Martin Cousin, Tim Horton (accompanying Adrian Brendel – Cello) and rock legend Rick Wakeman who wishes to take the piano home! The piano has an extraordinary ‘warm’ tone and is highly versatile for all forms of the repertoire

5. Model D – 1987, 8′ 11″ High gloss black case with ivory keyboard

This instrument was supplied new to The Ulster Hall, Belfast in 1987 and acquired by us in 2008. Highlights of solo concert use have been with John Lill, Stephen Hough, Kathron Sturrock, Piers Lane and James Rhodes at the Latitude Festival. The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra recently used the piano with Alexander Romanovsky performing Tchaikovsky Concerto No. 1. Lighter use has been with Bruce Forsyth at the Theatre Royal Norwich

 

6. Model D – 1996, 8′ 11″ – Satin black case (American factory)

A magnificent instrument which is from the New York factory. The piano is fitted with a Pianodisc automated player unit which has been used for recording work and computer generated MIDI ‘sampling’ projects. The composer Philip Glass used the piano for a rare solo recital of his works. The frame is signed by Henry Z Steinway