Piano tuning, repairs, rebuilding and consultations for Olympia and surrounding areas. Quality pre-owned pianos for students and professionals.
To inspire music making in the home by promoting the care and enjoyment of the acoustic piano, connecting clients with teachers, and offering high-quality pre-owned pianos for sale.
Find a Piano!
We maintain an inventory of hand selected, clean and affordable pianos to help you express yourself musically and creatively. Have a lead on a piano on Craigslist or from a co-worker? We do pre-purchase checks! In many cases we can move the piano (only if it is an upright – we don’t move grands) and blow the dust and debris out before it arrives in your home. Challenging move? Use one of our prefered piano movers.
Fix your piano!
Maybe your old clunker is a diamond in the rough! Many older instruments are working far below their potential. We love putting new life back into vintage pianos. The results can often be comparable to a new high-quality piano. Schedule a consultation and we’ll go through your piano with a no-pressure evaluation and help you make a decision that is right for you.
Find a teacher!
We maintain the most complete list of piano teachers in the Olympia, Lacey, and Tumwater area. We have developed a very close relationship with the Olympia Music Teachers Association. (Ryan is currently serving on their Board of Directors). We’d love to connect you with a qualified teacher!
Visit our resources link and go down a rabbit hole of great sites and articles. Attend Yale University’s Music 112 on Youtube for free! Read current consumer information on new pianos. Form your own piano club. Find tools and information for the do-it-yourselfer.
Technician Ryan Sowers has received 130 hours of specialized training at the Steinway & Sons factory in New York City. He has also had extensive training at Yamaha North American Headquarters, and at the prestigious Colbern School with Shigeru Kawai. Additionally he has received mentoring from some of the best technicians in the Northwest including Steve Brady, Darrell Fandrich, and Michael Reiter. He regularly attends educational seminars sponsored by the Piano Technicians Guild.