Bluthner Piano Centre

Bluthner Piano Centre

Contact Information

  • 10 Portman Square,
    Baker Street,
    Marylebone, London W1H 6AZ
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Blüthner Pianos in London

Since 1853, Blüthner pianos have been exclusively manufactured in Leipzig, Germany and to this day, the Blüthner family of craftsmen and entrepreneurs continues to head the Blüthner firm, personally overseeing the production of each piano bearing the Blüthner name. They carry on the legacy of the founder, Julius Blüthner, to build the best pianos in the world. Blüthner has had a presence in London since 1876 and now has a large central London showroom with all of our new grand, upright and digital pianos ready for you try.



Practice, Teaching and Rehearsal Studios

Our practice and teaching studios can be used for teaching, practicing or rehearsing of most acoustic instruments or voice and are conveniently located near to Bond Street and Baker Street tube stations. We have 8 air-conditioned studios each with an upright or grand piano. Studios are available to book on the hour by the hour.


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