Piano Removals From Bristol to Bath

We have been very busy here at The Piano Removal Company. We’ve moved dozens of pianos from Bristol to their new home in Bath, over the course of a few days. Transporting pianos is hard work, even for a dedicated and trained removals team, like us at the Piano Removal Company. Our decades of experience…

Underfloor Heating Mats for Pianos

At The Piano Removal Company, we move pianos to a variety of situations. Whether putting them onstage at a festival, into a marquee for a wedding or up two flights of stairs into a flat, we can handle the job through decades of dedicated piano removal experience. More and more, we’re seeing pianos being put…

Top 20 Piano Facts

At The Piano Removal Company, we thought that we’d compile a list of piano facts. Did you know all of these already? Test your piano knowledge now! The piano was invented in Italy in invented in 1698 Bartolomeo Cristofori. Pianos have more than 12,000 parts, 10,000 of which are moving. The piano is nicknamed “The…

Piano Removals in Bristol for Restoration Work

We are regularly called upon to move pianos between Bristol and Bath for restoration work. Our partners at the Piano Shop Bath take on piano restoration work from across the UK and we are charged with professionally moving pianos on their behalf. Whether a Kawai upright in London, a Bechstein in Gloucestershire, or even a…

Bristol’s Playable City Shortlist Showcases Innovation and Creativity

The Playable City Awards, run by Bristol’s Watershed, invited international artists, designers and innovators to submit proposals for interactive installations aimed at putting people and play at the heart of the city. From 60 countries, 197 entries were submitted to Bristol’s Watershed and from there a shortlist of seven projects was chosen. The shortlist includes…

Bristol’s Sounds Inspiring Festival

We’re looking forward to Bristol Plays Music and St. George’s Bristol launching their first Sounds Inspiring Festival, to celebrate young people’s music making. Over two weeks, venues across Bristol will hold events with thousands of local musical young people. The festival runs from Sunday 16th – Saturday 27th June and launches with a South Bristol Singing Day. Merchant’s Secondary in…

Daniel Barenboim Unveils New Piano Design

World-renowned Argentinian pianist, conductor and director of La Scala in Milan, Daniel Barenboim, has unveiled his radical new piano design. Describing it as a ‘sound alternative’, Barenboim played part of Beethoven’s Appassionata on his Steinway, then the same piece on his new piano to a selected group of journalists at the unveiling. Barenboim conceived the new…

Piano Tuner’s Association Conference

The Piano Tuner’s Association held their annual conference this week in Hereford. The conference is where the piano industry gathers to learn new skills and hone their trade. Since 1913 the PTA has hosted the convention each year in a different town across the UK to maintain high standards in piano tuning and maintenance. A number of…