For well over 100 years the piano keyboard has had a standard width to the keyboard. While many earlier designs were a bit slimmer, the modern sized keyboard works for a majority of pianists.
But, what if the “standard keyboard” is uncomfortable for you to play? What if you have to stretch just to play an octave? Does this mean that you should just leave the piano behind and learn to play the trumpet?
Of course not! Even through the 20th century there have been manufacturers who would design and build a custom keyboard that is smaller and easier for smaller handed people to play on. Their keyboards have always been designed to fit into standard instruments.
Today, while custom keyboards are not cheap, they are attainable.
Please join us to meet David Steinbuhler, see one of these keyboards, and learn more about this innovation that has helped many pianists enjoy their instrument more.
Where: Cunningham Piano Company
5427 Germantown Ave.
Philadelphia, Pa. 19144
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