Roberts Pianos

Roberts Pianos

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  • 87 St Clements Street
    Oxford, Oxfordshire OX4 1AR
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We have been moving pianos since 1980 and offer a fully insured piano removal service, moving millions of pounds worth of pianos each year. Official Steinway piano movers. Competitive, reliable quotations given for local, national and international removals. We also have humidity controlled storage. Special storage rates for quality Steinway, Bosendorfer and Fazioli grand pianos.

Combined Removals, Inspection & Storage Service

If you have a high quality grand or upright piano, we offer a free evaluation, moving the instrument via our workshop and assessing it there. Please let us know the make of the piano and any problems you may have with it, and we will try to help. For an idea of the type of restoration work we do, please see the restoration page.

NB We have special long-term storage rates for fine quality grand pianos - please enquire.

Quotations for Removals & Storage

For an immediate removal/storage quotation please call

  • Blaine 07894 904615
  • Head office 01865 240634

Our main removals depots are in Oxford and Southampton, so we regularly cover all places nearby such as Newbury, Portsmouth, Ba


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Piano Removals

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Muzio Clementi

Muzio Clementi 23 January 1752 to 10 March 1832 was an Italian-born British composer, pianist, pedagogue, conductor, music publisher, editor, and piano manufacturer. who was the son of a silversmith? the piano firm Clementi eventually became Collard and Collard.

He was encouraged to study music by his father, Muzio was sponsored as a young composer by Sir Peter Beckford who brought him to England to advance his studies in music. Later, he toured Europe numerous times from his long-standing base in London. It was on one of these occasions, in 1781, that he engaged in a piano competition with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Clementi published a highly respected piano method which even Beethoven endorsed him, sending pupils along to Clementi.