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Petrof P194 Storm

Grand Pianos

The 6’4” Petrof 194 Storm is true to its name, being the piano with the greatest sound potential of the whole Petrof Standard Series. It imprints a deep emotional experience within the pianist, and in the hearts of the listeners, that often cannot be put into words. The uniqueness of the moment will strike you as soon as you hear the first sounds coming from this the largest piano in the Standard Series. Its versatility builds bridges across musical genres. It is popular with a demanding clientele and colleges of music, as well as for musical performances at smaller halls and functions.

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The Petrof P194 Storm sound board is made of Resonance spruce wood. The inner veneer is made of Ebony Makassar.  Other features include standard Renner-Petrof action, Roslau strings from Germany, and copper winding from Degen Germany. The individually voiced hammerheads are made in Germany, and the keyboard is made from tangential sawn spruce wood, individually balanced and withered.  The black keys are made of Ebony wood.


PETROF is a highly regarded and significant producer of acoustic grand and upright pianos from Europe. Since 1864, Petrof has produced approximately 635,000 instruments under the PETROF name. Distributing in 5 continents and exporting to 65 countries globally, Petrof pianos are popular among musicians above all for their unusually soft, gentle, rounded, and romantic tone.

Over the decades, the precise handcrafting, careful selection of materials, and the unchanging romantic sound endures. The six generations of Petrofs have earned worldwide success. Their brilliantly pure, rich sound and excellent craftsmanship lend PETROF’s grand and upright pianos an unprecedented reputation. Eighty percent of the production process lies in the hands of their skilled piano makers – steeped in Petrof tradition.


Famous Petrof piano artists include Billie Eilish & Finneas O’Connell, Paul McCartney, David Helfgott, Ray Charles, Bill Gates, Mariah Carey, jazz pianist and composer Count Basie, and composer Ennio Morricone. Noteworthy concert artists include Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli, Sviatoslav Richter, Richard Clayderman, Mark Levinson, Colleen Lee, Ivo Kahánek, Jan Simon, Bob Milne, Ted Howe, Karel Košárek and many others.

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