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Touchstone Pianos offers professional piano tuning, repairs and rebuilding services in Wangaratta and surrounding areas. We have an extensive range of acoustic and digital pianos, ready for the new year.
Owner Mark Bolsius has 33 years experience as a piano tuner. He completed his training at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 1982, and as part of a Churchill Fellowship, undertook further training in 1999 at the Steinway factory in Hamburg. He is also an accredited Yamaha Warranty Service Technician. Mark is a registered member (ARPT) of the APTTA (Australasian Piano Tuners and Technicians Association) and the Piano Tuner and Technicians Guild of both NSW and Victoria.
Fred Coutant trained at the Rameau Piano Factory in France and then at the Schimmel and Bechstein Piano Factorys in Germany where he did his concert training and became the number one concert tuner and technician. After he moved back to France he became the tuner / technician at The Conservatoire de Paris and also taught the French National Piano Tuning & Technician Course in Lille. Fred arrived in Australia in the early 2000’s and relocated to North East Victoria several years ago.
Touchstone Pianos is an accredited Kawai dealer, and we sell new and second-hand pianos of all kinds, as well as the complete range of Kawai digital pianos. Our showroom in Wangaratta offers an impressive array of grand and upright acoustic pianos, and a sample of the digital range we offer. Our staff are industry trained and keen to match the perfect instrument to your specific requirements.
For fully trained and professional care of your piano, talk to Alastair or Mark at Touchstone Pianos in Wangaratta. Piano specialists in the Wangaratta, Albury, Wagga, Euroa, Wodonga, Deniliquin, Seymour, Benalla and Shepparton areas.
We service the South West Music Conservatorium in Deliliquin and the Riverina Conservatorium in Wagga, and we support the Murray Conservatorium in Albury.
Visit the showroom on the corner of Warby & Ovens Streets Wangaratta, shop entry on Ovens Street.