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Petrof Pianos

Producing Pianos Since 1864

Petrof have been producing upright pianos and grand pianos with unmistakable sound and design for you since 1864. Its production programme includes a wide range of products from top master pianos for big concert halls to upright pianos for music schools and home interiors.

Our goal is to produce beautiful and reliable pianos, that will bring joy and pleasure to every pianist who plays them.

Petrof instrument production is based on traditional techniques done by hand with focus on the resulting tone colour and top surface treatment. The modern elements of instrument design includes magnetically balanced action enabling correction of play weight and quick repetition in the whole key range. Therefore its instrument is able to adapt to the requirements and individual abilities of the player. Both the demanding concert player and the budding young artist can choose their pianos in the Petrof production.

All instruments from PETROF brand are made in the Hradec Králové plant in the Czech Republic. So they are of purely European origin, which gives them the right to use the EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE trademark .

Only 1st class materials of European origin are used in Petrof instrument. More than 75 % of the operations are made manually and all the operations are made with the great care. And of course it is 100 % made in PETROF factory in Hradec Králové, Czech Republic.

Factory Tour

The excursion in the PETROF company is a unique matter. Each demand is considered individually by a president of the company. The demand´s of special secondary schools, basic art schools, musicians and potential instrument buyers could be arranged in preference. The excursion takes about 90 minutes. It starts by a short speech about PETROF´s family and company history in Pianosalon, then short movie projection follows and there is the possibility of playing the piano in Pianosalon too. The last part of this event is the factory excursion .

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