Bohemia are famous for making beautiful grand pianos. These grand pianos are produced in the Czech Republic and are built using high quality materials. German hammers are used to enhance the longevity and accentuate the European sound.
The Bohemia grand piano cabinets are quite stunning, especially the empire and chippendale models.
As far as price goes, the Bohemia grand pianos are not that cheap, but you are paying for quality here. Bohemia grand pianos really knock out the competition when put side by side with similar priced grand pianos such as the Petrof or Kawai.
Bohemia Grand Pianos
The Bohemia Czerny is the smallest of Bohemia’s grand pianos. Named after the great composer, famous for piano excercises and studies
Bohemia Czerny 150
The Bohemia Mahler grand piano, named after the great composer Gustav Mahler really lives up to its name. Like Mahler’s symphonies this grand piano certainly produces deep rich tones and has plenty of power
Bohemia Mahler 170
The Bohemia Martinu 156A grand piano is bought by many pianists for its size and quality combined
Bohemia Martinu 156
An elegant, rounded cabinet, shaped and curved music desk and chippendale legs make this grand piano very attractive
Bohemia Demichippendale 156
With its smooth action and warm tone, the Janacek is one of the most affordable, quality grand pianos in its class
Bohemia Janacek 185
The Bohemia Empire’s grand piano legs are shaped like the old fashioned Bechstein grands and the music desk looks very pretty
Bohemia Empire 185
Stunning looking grand piano. The Bohemia 156A Chippendale grand piano looks extremely classy
Bohemia Chippendale 156
The Smetana grand piano is the largest of Bohemia’s standard acoustic grand pianos. The Smetana has great power and control
Bohemia Smetana 225
The Dvorak model is named after the great composer Antonin Dvorak. And rightly so, like the composer this concert grand piano has huge power, control, responsiveness and a charming warm rich sound
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