Stephen Brandon Pianos

Stephen Brandon Pianos

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  • 23B Whitby Avenue
    Off Stockton Lane
    York, North Yorkshire YO31 1EU
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  • Mobile: 07831 299647
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Stephen Brandon Pianos is a well established family business based in Yorkshire, which has been successful restoring and dealing in high quality pianos for over twentyfive years. Stephen Brandon who oversees all the restoration works and runs the business has over thirtyfive years of experience of working with the very best quality pianos having worked for several years with Bluthner Pianos of London before setting up his own business in 1980.

Stephen Brandon Pianos specialise in selling restored pianos including Steinway, Bechstein and Bluthner, however we also keep a good stock of reasonably priced, overhauled upright and grand pianos. In addition to the restored pianos we also sell new pianos from home and abroad with always a good selection to choose from.

Our showroom is on the outskirts of the historic city of York and we can arrange nationwide delivery.

The showroom is open every Saturday between 10.30am-5.00pm however if you prefer you can make an appointment to view our pianos at a time to suit you and ensure that you have the shop to yourself without distractions.


  • All major credit cards accepted
  • Piano stools and sheet music cabinets
  • Nationwide delivery
  • Easy parking


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Piano Shops

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