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New Bernstein Grand Pianos

 

BHG198 - 2007
The new Bernstein 198 Semi-Concert Grand Piano is now in Australia. The largest grand piano had been the “Conservatory 178” till 2007. This piano, in it’s own right, is brilliant and a very good competitor in the piano market.
Models of the Conservatory grand have been used for many performances and events, including the annual Ringwood Eisteddfod in Victoria. It has also been acclaimed for its size by the Team of Pianists, who purchased a Bernstein Conservatory Grand for their use at Glenfern Estate and is performing very well there. On our visit to the Bernstein Hailun factory in
October 2007, we were delighted to spend some time playing the new 198 model. The design was refined by American piano designer, George F. Emerson, whose international reputation appoints him, “The Designer of a Generation”. He has over 33 years of piano building experience and is now the Chief Scale Designer and Lead Engineer for the Bernstein Hailun factory.
The Bernstein 198 Semi-Concert Grand Piano raises the bar for school, institute and small performance venue pianos. The style of the instrument is very European; it boasts impressive power and grunt in the bass, along with a full bodied treble section.The new action design gives excellent repetition and comfortable control for high-level performance.

New CF Series CF168 & CF180 - 2011

The time has finally arrived - Bernstein Hailun announces the arrival of the new CF series grand pianos CF168 and CF180. These pianos are a combination of the best of Asian and European manufacturing, materials and design, ultimately delivering quality, value and performance to the player.

A few highlights of this new prodigy are the newly shaped maple rims which create a larger soundboard area hence enhancing both tone and volume. The vertically laminated maple bridge capped in beech allows superior transference of energy from the strings. The elegant design of the open sand cast plate adds to the full bodied volume.

The CF series is certainly the perfect instrument for smaller performance halls, institutions and homes as well.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bernie plays the 198 grand piano at the Bernstein factory with CCTV watching

 

 
 
 
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