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Upright Piano RönischRoenisch Piano 118 KRRoenisch Piano 118 K

Model 118 KR

Height: 118 cm

Black, high-gloss finish - with rounded furniture

or with chrome fittings


Modell 118 KR : 9610,00 €

Modell 118 K silber:  9700,00 €

Decorator styles - exquisite cabinetry

The Model 118 by Rönisch produces surprising depth and range of sound in a classic European contemporary studio upright piano.
It is available in a wider variety of distinctive styles and select woods including exotic inlays, rare veneers,
unusual colours and fine satin and high gloss finishes. The simple elegance and cultivated tone of this smaller upright piano
provide a fitting introduction to the distinguished RÖNISCH family of fine pianos.

Made in Germany

Production in Germany


  • Height: 118 cm
  • Width: 153 cm
  • Weight: 210 cm

7 1/4 Octaves

From 1845 to this day RÖNISCH remains one of Germany‘s venerable piano houses, meticulously hand crafting its superb instruments for discerning buyers. Represented through a selected international network of premier piano dealerships, RÖNISCH is prized in Europe, America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

The “Carl Rönisch Pianofortemanufaktur” continues the tradition of this famous name by the manufacturing of their certified German made quality pianos.
The exclusive
RÖNISCH soundboard design is over 150 years old, employing high yet supple crown supporting a precisely balanced and cultivated tone notable for its engaging warmth and colour combined with a clear bell.-like quality and lasting sustain.
RÖNISCH continues to offer outstanding quality upright and grand pianos in a wide variety of sizes, styles and finishes including rare and unusual woods – pianos that satisfy all demands of sounds an appearances.

The excellence of RÖNISCH pianos has been well established since 1845 – long before most other piano brands came into existence – assuring today’s owners of security, confidence and pride of ownership tooted in an unusually rich and cultural heritage. It is the most superlative instrument of enduring value.


Michael Roeder

Trade apprenticeship as piano- and harpsichord builder  Steinway & Sons 1987-1991.
Worked for Steinway-Haus Berlin for concert tunings, recording sessions, repairs and piano service for the two music conservatories in Berlin HfM Eisler and UdK Berlin as well as for the private customers.

Graduate of the C. F. Theodore Steinway Academy in Hamburg. concert technician.


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