Kawai upright pianos have won awards not only for their exceptional tone and unrivaled touch, but also for the way their use of modern technology (including carbon fiber) produces long-lasting consistency of sound and tactile feel that has been unmatched in the piano industry and deeply valued by serious pianists for generations. Their famed acoustic upright pianos are an integral part of that legacy having won four MMR Magazine “Acoustic Piano Line of the Year” awards over the years. 

Kawai K Series

 

Whenever knowledgable pianists discuss which brands of upright pianos are the finest in the world, Kawai K Series Professional Upright Pianos are always part of the dialogue. That’s because the K Series pianos provide a truly exceptional combination of excellent touch, outstanding tone and unrivaled stability that will impress any discerning player or performer. Most piano brands can make bold claims about stellar touch and tone. But the key attribute that most pianos buyers overlook is “stability” — the instrument’s ability to maintain high-quality touch and tone over the course of time.

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Kawai ND Series

 

BEAUTIFUL, AFFORDABLE MUSIC FOR EVERY HOME

You want a big, impressive instrument with a big, impressive sound, rich in nuance and bold in stature. Crisp, modern styling and a polished black and nickel aesthetic ensure that ND Series pianos are right at home in your home, and a 90 year history of traditional piano craftsmanship ensure that you’re hearing exactly what you expect, when you press your fingers to the keys.

 
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Kawai Institutional Series

BUILT TO WITHSTAND THE TEST OF TIME

When people choose a piano for the home, the main decision criteria are touch, tone and stability. They want a piano that sounds good, plays well and can maintain both of these qualities consistently over time. In the institutional world, however, the parameters shift. Tone and touch still matter, of course. But when a piano will be played 8-12 hours per day, the attributes of stability and durability matter most. An institutional piano must provide a reasonable level of touch and tone over years of rigorous use and frequent relocation. To accomplish this, the internal action and the external cabinet must be designed and built with one goal — to withstand the test of time. Kawai institutional upright pianos feature the same excellent tone and touch that piano buyers have come to expect from Kawai instruments for over 90 years. But the utilization of state-of-the-art composite parts in the action and the intelligent structural design of the cabinet set Kawai institutional pianos in a class of their own.

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