Estonia Grand Pianos

The Musician’s Piano

Estonia is a small country in Northern Europe known for its medieval architecture and beautiful natural scenery. It has been making grand pianos since 1893. In 1991, when the country gained its independence, the Estonia Piano Factory was purchased by Dr Indrek Laul and his family, who are professional musicians. The instruments were redesigned through collaborating with Europe’s foremost piano experts and Estonian Academy of Sciences, aiming to create an instrument of the highest level.

Under the watchful eye of Dr Indrek Laul, a concert pianist who was recognised as one of the 100 most notable graduates in the history of the Julliard School, many hundreds of changes and advancements have been implemented to piano models.

The “Estonia pianos” is now amongst the top ten most prominent piano brands in the world! These remarkable pianos are being praised by musicians worldwide as having a sound quality, action response and durability that can compete with any of the finest European makes, yet Estonia pianos currently cost a fraction of comparable Steinway, Bösendorfer, Bechstein, Blüthner or Fazioli pianos.

It is a rare occurrence that a piano manufacturer is covered widely in the worldwide press. In 2004 alone, over 200 newspapers worldwide reported on Estonia’s rapid rise to the very top of the piano world. The Estonia grand piano can be seen in many music education institutions, cultural centres and government buildings all over the world as well as in the homes of musicians and music enthusiasts.

For more information, please visit Estonia grand piano Factory’s website and Forbes Magazine’s article about Estonia – “A Fine Way to Treat … an Estonia”.

Click here to hear the Estonia piano.

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