Yamaha offer the biggest range of grand pianos: Baby grand up to concert grand, Silent and Disklavier options, digital and AvantGrand. They’re available in a whole variety of colours.
Always consistent and high quality.
Yamaha CVP709GP Digital Baby Grand(0)Read more
Yamaha N3X AvantGrand(0)Read more
Classenti DG1 Digital Baby Grand(0)Read more
Roland RG-3F Digital Baby Grand – Polished Ebony(0)Read more
Yamaha DGB1K Disklavier Grand Piano(0)Read more
Kurzweil KAG100 Digital Baby Grand£2,499.00(0)Select options
Broadway BG2 Digital Baby Grand£2,999.00(0)Select options
Kurzweil MPG100 Digital Baby Grand Piano – Polished Ebony£2,999.00(0)Add to basket
Yamaha CLP665GP Digital Baby Grand£3,469.00(0)Select options
Kurzweil CGP220W Digital Baby Grand£3,999.00(0)Add to basket
Broadway MK10 Digital Self Playing Baby Grand
£6,495.00(0)Add to basket
Broadway MK11 Digital Self Playing Baby Grand£6,995.00(1)Select options
Classenti AG3 Grand Piano
£12,995.00(0)Add to basket
Broadway offer a selection of baby grand acoustic and digital pianos. The MK11 model has a self-playing feature, so it can be played, or set to play all by itself (keys move up and down on their own). You can even control it remotely. It has 1000’s of built-in songs: classical, jazz, blues, pop, rock, gospel, ragtime and more…
There are two pianos in the Kurzweil range: KAG100 and MPG200. The MPG200 looks stunning and has one of the most realistic piano sounds from all digital pianos.
Roland make only digital pianos. If you want something compact with a great sound and authentic key touch then these pianos are worth considering.
“Grand pianos take up more space than uprights, but if you’re serious about learning piano and you have the room for it, there’s nothing more enjoyable than playing a real acoustic grand. A grand piano will give you the best sound, touch and musical enjoyment”, Graham Howard, piano advisor.
The sound of a grand piano is usually better than its vertical partner due to it’s longer strings and larger soundboard. The bass in particular produces a full, resonant sustaining sound. The general rule is; the longer the length of the grand piano, the better and richer the sound will be. Please note that baby grand pianos have the same string length as tall uprights so their sound quality is often similar.
Size is important when it comes to grand pianos. When we talk about size we usually mean length (front to back). A minimum size you should consider is 4’9″ or 145cm. Grand pianos that are shorter than this tend to have a poor sound quality.
Baby grand pianos
The term “baby grand piano” usually refers to instruments with a length of 5’3″ or less.
Digital Grand Pianos
Questions and Comments
My name is Ronwin, I live in South Africa. Recently I acquired an Otto Bach baby grand piano and I would like to know the approximate age/quality of it if possible. I found a number on the frame stamped as “Patent 429809”. Any help in finding information on this piano would be greatly appreciated.
Ronwin (pianist for 30 years)
Reply/ Hi Ronwin
The Otto Bach pianos were made by the Dietmann piano in
Wellington, Republic of South Africa,
The parts were made in Germany, shipped to South Africa
and assembled there.
Your piano was made in 1977.
I personally fell in love with a Dietmann upright piano that
I played around 7 years ago. I have not had the pleasure
of trying the baby grand out, but can imagine it to have
a very nice sound and a joy to play.