New models of Fridolin studios and grands selected by Schimmel...great value!
Over 50 rebuilt/reconditioned used pianos starting at $695, and digital pianos starting at $599
The new Yamaha Clavinovas have arrived! Unbelievable sounds and features! There are a few of the previous models left at substantially reduced prices!
All pianos include full warranties, prep and tuning prior to delivery, first in-home tuning, and our special attention for your complete satisfaction.
Don’t miss this opportunity to select the piano of your dreams!Call 303-449-3177 for more information, or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
We also offer piano music in partnership with Lafayette Music!
-A beautiful 100-seat hall available for teacher recitals, master-classes, workshops and other events.
-A full line of Kawai accoustic and digital pianos, German hand-made Schimmel pianos, Yamaha Clavinova and Arius digital pianos and their new hybrid Avant Grands. Now home to Shigeru Kawai also!
-A current selection of over 40 rebuilt/reconditioned pianos in all shapes and sizes.
-Piano technical services.-Piano printed music, method books and accessories in partnership with Lafayette Music.
We greatly appreciate your past patronage and look forward to being of service in the future!
Paul Jarvis, Owner
Paul Jarvis, Owner
Paul grew up in Boulder Colorado, graduated from Boulder High, and received his Bachelor of Music with honors in Piano Performance and Pedagogy from the University of Colorado. He then proceeded to earn his Master of Music degree in Piano from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he also received training in piano technology. The next few years he spent teaching piano and working for Schmitt Music, the Minnesota Steinway dealer, in their rebuilding department. The next 14 years were spent selling Steinway and Kawai pianos for Schmitt Music followed by a return to Colorado and 12 years at Wells Music selling Steinway and Yamaha pianos. He also taught a course in Piano Technology at Arapahoe Community College.
The next two years he managed Baker’s Piano Center, and when Baker’s decided to close the Boulder store, he decided to continue with his own store in the same location. With the help of family and friends, he strives to make Boulder Piano Gallery a hub of musical activity in Boulder County and the premier place to purchase a fine quality new or used piano.
Thrilled to be working in his home town of Boulder, Paul says he considers making music to be at the core of our human experience, and enjoys nothing more than connecting people to the piano of their dreams.