Penguin Pianos

Penguin Pianos

Contact Information

  • 40 Willsgrove
    Ennis, County Clare
    Republic of Ireland
  • Phone: View Phone
  • Mobile: 00353 87 9150068
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  • Pianos for Sale
  • Piano Action Regulation
  • Piano Speciality Repairs/Restorations
  • Piano Artist-Centered Maintenance
  • Piano Moving
  • Concierge Piano Sales (for bespoke pianos we can't hold in stock)

Our workshop services, sells, repairs and restores classical piano brands with a wealth of experience, love and care such as Bechstein, Bluthner, Bosendorfer, Seiler, Schimmel, Sauter and Steinway & Sons.
We also can assist you regards repairwork and maintenance at high German standard for many other lesser known piano makes that often are equally interesting - but have long since fallen into oblivion.

Please call for an appointment to visit the showroom to see and try our selection of reasonably priced new and refurbished quality pianos.


Europiano approved Piano Technician and registered member of the German piano makers' association B.D.K. (Bund Deutscher Klavierbauer)


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Piano Shops

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