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"The Fandrich & Sons piano I played on a recent concert at the Seattle Art Museum really took me by surprise. I had not played one before and didn't know what to expect but I was pleased to find a wonderful instrument whose action was responsive and whose tone was warm and singing in all registers. As a performing jazz pianist I always enjoy playing, but often it is despite the instrument at hand. On this occasion it was because of the piano. I look forward to playing Fandrich & Sons pianos in the future."

-- Pete Malinverni
New York City. www.petemalinverni.com

"Fandrich & Sons pianos provide a significant range of tonal color and depth, while offering a wonderfully full, warm tone. They are affordable, superlative instruments of quality, with a remarkably balanced and beautiful singing cantabile voice. Touch is well defined yet responsive, yielding to the most subtle phrasing. I can recommend the Fandrich & Sons Pianos without reservation."

-- David Keith
Symphony Conductor & Music Director (Ret.)

"I have always been very particular about what pianos my students are playing on. To be a good pianist you need a fine piano as your tool. Fandrich & Sons pianos are among the best I have ever played on. The touch and the tone are outstanding. I wish all my students could have one!."

-- Peggy Swingle
Suzuki teacher and international Suzuki trainer for 35 years. Bainbridge Island, WA

"Concerning the Fandrich & Sons pianos I was deeply impressed with the quality and the sound produced by both grands and uprights. In particular I found it quite amazing that an upright piano could be made to sound like a mid-sized grand, which is exactly what Mr. Fandrich has been able to accomplish. This is certainly a ground breaking achievement when one considers also that the prices of the Fandrich & Sons pianos have remained extremely competitive and in many cases less even than some of those with well known brand names."

-- Dorothy Steinberg
Retired teacher. Former winner of UCLA Young Artists Competition. Pianist with San Francisco Symphony summer Pops Series featuring Arthur Fiedler.

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"I have played many pianos over the past half century and consider myself an expert in judging the quality of the instrument, both the action and of course the sound. The Fandrich & Sons pianos I heard and played during our recent visit were beautiful instruments. One expected the grands of course to be able to produce a big, beautiful sound and they did indeed. But I was nearly knocked off my feet when I heard what the Fandrich & Sons upright pianos could do. In the past the only upright I ever heard which was halfway decent was the old Steinway upright. But it was nothing compared to your uprights. I wouldn't have ever believed that an upright could sound like a grand but as the saying goes... 'Seeing is believing' or in this case 'Hearing is believing'. This should prove a blessing to those who need the sound and performance of a grand but whose limitations of space make it impossible to own one. I add my congratulations to those of many others."

-- Robert Steinberg, MD
Husband of Dorothy and retired concert performer.