Kanako Mizuno, multi-award-winning pianist, enjoyed playing on the FEURICH 218 Concert I grand piano in Howden Minster to lift our lockdown spirits.
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.
French blues pianist Ben Toury found FEURICH pianos to be high quality instruments with versatile sound ideal for perfecting your music style.
“The FEURICH 218 has marked a revolution in my musical creations. The sonic nuances, the harmonic richness, and its dynamic range guide me and help considerably when composing.”
“It has the sound of the past and the future both at the same time, in the present”, says classical Pianist Anna Serret Almenara about the FEURICH 218 – Concert I with Pédal Harmonique.
New chamber music festival “The Unbeaten Path” in Bulgaria: FEURICH Grand Piano 179 – Dynamic II “a dream come true” for organizer Lora Tchekoratova.
Our FEURICH 179 – Dynamic II even impresses concert pianists with its quality. Vikram Rajan agrees entirely.
Free Jazz icon Matthew Shipp played on our FEURICH 218 – Concert I at a concert in Vienna: “This piano really gives you a kick – it’s like a horse, you hit it and it comes back at you.”
Our concert grand FEURICH 218 – Concert I is ideal for medium-sized concert halls. Alejandro Geberovich puts it through its paces…