Bangkok-based pianist waited for his grand piano to be serviced in vain, so FEURICH Vienna sent a new one.
The FEURICH 123 – Vienna is our most innovative upright piano – but does it really play like a grand piano?
Pianist Amy Butler finds the FEURICH 218 to be ideal for both solo repertoire and chamber music with its wonderfully rich and resonant bass and beautiful bell-like treble.
Italian pianist Graziana Presicce finds the FEURICH 218 to be a joy for the ear and the touch – a beautifully nuanced sound and a particularly comfortable mechanism.
Rubber Tea – progressive rock band from Bremen, Germany – recorded their latest album “Infusion” using a FEURICH 218.
Unfortunately, we need to postpone the FEURICH Competition due to the corona crisis.
Lausanne music school Compagnie Albertine are happy with their FEURICH 122 upright pianos as they keep tune and perform exceptionally well.
French blues pianist Ben Toury found FEURICH pianos to be high quality instruments with versatile sound ideal for perfecting your music style.
Musicians from all over the world presented their talent at the 4th International FEURICH Competition for piano, voice, and chamber music in Vienna.
The laureates’ concert of the Adilia Aliva Piano Competition at the Geneva United Nations Office was played on a FEURICH 218 concert grand.