THE FIRST COMPLETELY NEW AND INNOVATIVE PIANO DESIGN IN 300 YEARS IS NOW HERE.
Creative Director, Mark Norman personally invites you to play the new Miniature Concert Grand Piano for the home from Edelweiss.
You are invited to our exclusive taster evenings at Harrods, Knightsbridge across July and August 2022.
Learn more about the Edelweiss Miniature Concert Grand for the home, play the piano for yourself and provide your valuable feedback to our team.
Event entry is by invitation only. Feedback will be recorded and video equipment will be present. Participation in video content is at your consent.
Complete the form below to register your attendance. Places are limited per evening event. Our team will be in touch to confirm your tickets.
DATE & TIME– NEW DATES ADDED DUE TO DEMAND
Thursday 28th JulyFULLY BOOKED Thursday 4th AugustFULLY BOOKED Thursday 11th AugustFULLY BOOKED
- Thursday 18th August
Thursday 25th AugustFULLY BOOKED
- Thursday 1st September
- Thursday 8th September
Events are held in the evenings between 6pm and 9pm with light refreshments available. If you would like to view the piano out of the scheduled event dates and times please contact our team on firstname.lastname@example.org or call +44 (0)1223 881691
Harrods, Third Floor,
87-135 Brompton Road,
London SW1X 7XL
Nearest Tube Station: Knightsbridge Underground
Harrods Car Park: SW3 1QE
WHY TEST OUR MINIATURE CONCERT GRAND PIANO FOR THE HOME?
- Designed by Edelweiss Pianos Creative Director Mark Norman and legendary Piano Designer Del Fandich.
- Handmade entirely in our Cambridge UK facility with every part sourced from within the UK or Europe.
- Designed for the home with a sound that compares with much larger pianos.
- With an innovative floating soundboard in the bass regions to create a sweeter, purer sound.
Read our full specification sheet with further unique feature.
WHO ARE EDELWEISS?
Your Edelweiss will be hand crafted to your exact specification in our Cambridgeshire, UK workshop. Our small, dedicated team of artisans include tuners, technicians, carpenters, engineers and designers who work together to create our latest designs.
Our workshop has been based in Cambridgeshire since 1975 when the company started as the well-known 1066 Pianos. Our experience in tuning, restoring, specifying, and repairing pianos led to our very own piano creation under the Edelweiss name. We are now one of the few remaining UK piano makers.