Amazing Performances At The 2019 The NAMM Show!
12 year old Lucie Kim performed at our booth at the NAMM Show. Lucie played the Kayserburg GH160YJ and of course, was amazing. Shawn Shu-Yang Xie, Kanade Noda, The MEE Trio, The Opus1.1 Trio, Ursula Hardianto also played for visitors at the Pearl River booth. All of these wonderful musicals are students of the renown “Opus 119” music school in Irvine, CA. Many thanks to their teachers, Ariel Yang and Ethan Dong of Opus119.
Meet Stephan Mohler, Kayserburgs’s Quality Control Director.
Piano maker. Tuner. Cabinet maker. Master production engineer. Quality control director. These are just a few of the ways to describe what Stephan Mohler does. But what he means to Kayserburg are the words visionary and inspiring. Over the last decade, Stephan has played a critical role in helping make Pearl River the World’s Best Selling Piano. His 47 years of experience, including his former role as Chief of Production for an esteemed German piano company, can be felt and heard in every note of the pianos people everywhere love to play.
China’s Piano Man at the Keyboard of a Kayserburg.
Liu Huan, one of China’s leading pop singers, rocked the room during Zhejiang TV’s 2014/2015 New Year’s Concert. Famous not only for his repertoire of pop hits, but also for his work as a lyricist and composer, Liu Huan performed with Sarah Brightman during the opening ceremony of the 2008 Olympics. The video captures the excitement as Liu Huan performs at the keyboard of a Kayserburg grand piano at the new year’s concert held in Guangzhou, home of the Pearl River Piano Group. His singing blended beautifully with the rich, warm tones of the Kayserburg making it a memorable evening for all.
Larry Fine’s Piano Buyer magazine, (now also online as www.pianobuyer.com) has released their spring edition and has ranked our new Kayserburg pianos among the top in their intermediate concert-quality category. Piano Buyer’s quote is: “lovely, singing tone.”
Piano Buyer and its digital partner www.pianobuyer.com are considered “essentials” of the piano industry. Piano consultant, technician and author, Larry Fine, has been critiquing pianos for more than 20 years.