Niendorf pianos sound beautiful and strike an outstanding balance between poignant and soft notes. They remind me of Steingräber pianos. The keys play easily and pleasantly, like playing a cloud.
In fact, Niendorf’s vertical and grand pianos possess a soft, refined sound that produces a clear counterpoint to the crystalline radiance we find in instruments by Steinway & Son, Fazioli or Yamaha. This musical ideal traces its roots back to the traditions of German Romanticism, with a timbre reminiscent of bowed instruments.
I’m impressed with Niendorf pianos. High-class, not run-of-the-mill! Which is why I agreed to be brand ambassador for Niendorf.
I enjoyed it all – the grand [Niendorf 275], the audience and bringing something new like this to the world.
A truly delightful instrument!
I admire Niendorf pianos.
The Niendorf piano’s music washes up like a swelling sea, emergent as the petals of a beautiful flower. It fills the room with warmth and beauty, drawing forth our most perfect musical potential.
I visited the Niendorf factory and attended their international piano competition. I found the facilities to be exceptional and the pianos they are producing to be of the highest of standards. These are very beautiful pianos that need to be taken very seriously and ranked up there with the worlds most famous pianos.