Yamaha Music London (formerly Chappell of Bond Street)

Yamaha Music London (formerly Chappell of Bond Street)
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Acoustic Pianos (Uprights, Grands, Silents & Disklaviers)

For nearly two hundred years we have sold upright pianos and grand pianos from our London piano shop. Today, as well as the finest Kemble Pianos and the most glamourous Yamaha Pianos, our range also includes the very latest in digital technology in our range of Yamaha Silent Pianos and Disklavier Pianos.

Along with all the beautiful Yamaha uprights, we offer some amazing deals on pre-owned pianos as well as the famous Yamaha Silent Piano series.

All pianos (at the advertised price) include FREE DELIVERY to ground floor addresses within mainland UK and a complimentary first tuning will be arranged at no extra cost! To hear just how incredible a particular piano sounds, please visit the Piano Hall in the Yamaha London Showroom hosted at out store in Wardour Street, London.

Contact Information

  • 152 - 160 Wardour Street
    Soho, London W1F 8YA
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