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Randy Potter School comes to Philadelphia!

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Randy Potter School comes to Philadelphia!

The Randy Potter School of Piano Technology is  a respected program that helps to train beginning piano technicians and those who wish to advance their skills by offering a home study course – but also week long intensive “hands on”

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Musicians from Chestnut Hill College learn more about the acoustic piano

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Musicians from Chestnut Hill College learn more about the acoustic piano

Education is an essential part of what we do at Cunningham Piano Company. We have been invited to local colleges, universities, and music schools to offer seminars on the art, science, and evolution of the acoustic piano, as in programs like

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The Matchless Cunningham studio grand gains national recognition!

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The Matchless Cunningham studio grand gains national recognition!

Each edition of The Piano Buyer, our industry’s only independent consumer guide to choosing a piano, has a section devoted to “Editor’s Picks”.  This section highlights choices in the marketplace that are “Musical Standouts“, “Perennial Favorites“, or “Good Values“. We

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The Newest Piano In the Matchless Cunningham Collection

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The Newest Piano In the Matchless Cunningham Collection

The 7 ft. Semi-Concert Cunningham grand piano is now here, available, and is waiting for you to stop by and audition it.  Please consider this an invitation to see what all the fuss is about. We look forward to speaking

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How does a pipe organ work?

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How does a pipe organ work?

A mechanical pipe organ was first used by the Ancient Greeks. This early organ, called a hydraulis, was more of a set of pan pipes with airflow driven by water pressure. By the 7th century, bellows began to be used to

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The Northeast Conservatory and Mark Ingerman choose The Matchless Cunningham

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The Northeast Conservatory and Mark Ingerman choose The Matchless Cunningham

Philadelphia’s Northeast Conservatory of the Performing Arts is making a difference in the music and arts education for our region. The Director, Mark Ingerman, is a well respected composer and pianist in addition to being a fine educator, and his work

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“How It’s Made”

How It’s Made On November 28, 2014 Cunningham Piano’s world famous Piano Restoration Factory was featured on the Science Channel’s program, “How It’s Made”. Enjoy this behind-the-scenes look at how an old piano is fully restored to make it look

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The City of Philadelphia honors Cunningham Piano Company

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The City of Philadelphia honors Cunningham Piano Company

Two weeks after The City Council of Philadelphia passed a resolution praising Cunningham Piano Company for their accomplishments, longevity, and for being a city landmark, Co-Owner Tim Oliver accepted those accolades on Thursday December 4th at City Hall. The resolution

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