Academy Pianos

Academy Pianos

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  • St. Francis Hall
    Baccabox Lane
    Birmingham, West Midlands B47 5DD
  • Phone: View Phone
  • Mobile: 07790 660649
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Buying the right piano is often a difficult task, I am here to help, whether you are choosing your first piano or upgrading to a better instrument.

If your child is having lessons it is not always necessary to buy a new piano. I have a selection of good modern pianos from £500 - £900.

If you are seeking to upgrade your piano we can do part exchange on a new piano or your first Grand. We deal with quality instruments including: Challen, Yamaha, Kawai, Steinway and other respected makers; and are agents for Shroeder and Reid-Sohn.


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