University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire Music Department chooses a custom Matchless Cunningham Parlour Grand

University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire Music Department chooses a custom Matchless Cunningham Parlour Grand

We have been very pleased by the positive reactions that many very fine musicians have given to the performance and design of The Matchless Cunningham line of pianos. We are proud to announce that our most recent institutional client chose our instruments from quite a distance.
Dr Owen Lovell
Dr. Owen Lovell, Asst. Professor of Piano, remarked, “The keyboard faculty chose the Cunningham Parlour Grand piano because it’s the perfect size for our space, represents a great value for our budget, and the Cunningham Composer system offers an integrated solution for our students and faculty that combines digital and MIDI functionality with the authentic experience of playing an acoustic grand piano. This piano will be put to the test in a tough institutional environment, and we have high expectations for its performance, service life, and company support.”

The following is a partial list of professional and institutional users of the Matchless Cunningham Piano:
users of the Matchless Cunningham Piano

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