Beginning September 9th!
Have fun every Saturday while you learn to play a new song and discover great features on your Clavinova! Clavinova Cafe is only $59/month.
The Chesterfield store is located in the beautiful St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield, Mo. Just a minute from the intersection of Highway 40 and Olive.
Opening in July of 2006, the Chesterfield location is also one of the largest and most beautiful stores of all the Piano Distributors locations. Formerly a fine quality furniture store, there are over 200 pianos displayed in twelve separate rooms.
In a short period of time, this Chesterfield location has become a musical hub for the surrounding region. A fine quality 100 seat recital hall is now available for local area piano teachers and their students.
This store is truly a wonderful place to buy a piano, and you will enjoy the welcoming staff. Come see us.
Yamaha's Disklavier Enspire - Turn Your Home Into A Concert Hall
Combine the world’s most advanced piano, the Disklavier ENSPIRE, with Yamaha’s high-fidelity MusicCast wireless audio system and you can enjoy the sound and music of a real acoustic piano - in any room of your house.
Choose Your Enspire:
Technologically Discreet, Acoustically Elegant
A streamlined control panel allows for simple tactile control while remaining hidden from view, providing the elegant look one would expect from a finely crafted Yamaha acoustic piano.
Wireless network connectivity and seamless compatibility with mobile devices, smartphones and computers allows intuitive access to all of the instrument’s exclusive content and unique capabilities.
Thousands of Performances In One Masterpiece
The Disklavier ENSPIRE allows you to revel in whatever music suits your mood or occasion, from classical solo piano or concerto selections to your favorite jazz or pop songs on piano – accompanied by audio and vocals. An easy-to-use and intuitive UI design provides direct access to 500 built-in songs* and thousands performances that can be downloaded directly to the instrument from the Yamaha MusicSoft
*Built-in songs include 380 piano solo songs (PianoSoft Solo), 72 songs with instrumental accompaniments (PianoSoft Plus), and 48 songs with audio backing (PianoSoft Audio).
Exclusive Streaming Services
In addition, the ENSPIRE also offers revolutionary streaming radio and TV services, allowing you to discover and enjoy thousands of piano performances in the comfort of your own home. Yamaha Piano Radio
gives you instant access to over 30 channels of 24-hour streaming piano music, while DisklavierTV
puts you in the front row of live or on-demand video concerts and performances that play in perfect sync with your piano*.
*DisklavierTV is currently only available in the UNITED STATES.
Disklavier ENSPIRE features popular, award-winning and legendary Yamaha artists such as Sarah McLachlan, Bob James, and Jamie Cullum*. These performances are not simply a rendition of the artist’s songs, but exclusive performances by the actual artists themselves, recorded specifically for ENSPIRE. Experience the genuine touch, nuance and emotion as the instrument recreates a precise portrayal of the artist’s intentions.
The Sound of Innovation
Yamaha SILENT Piano™ technology allows you to listen, learn and play without being disturbed or disturbing others. Utilizing a unique sampling technique that replicates the interaural characteristics of the human ear, the Disklavier ENSPIRE binaurally recreates the sound, presence and resonance of a Yamaha CFX Concert Grand from the player’s position through headphones. This innovative technology is built into every ENSPIRE ST and PRO model Disklavier, giving you increased flexibility and more opportunities to enjoy your piano.
Every Note, Every Nuance
The Disklavier ENSPIRE is the only piano that can truly reproduce every nuance of a piano performance, precisely recreating all of the details that other player pianos cannot. For example, a player's key release timing controls the exact timing of each individual damper coming down on the string and contributes to the overall musical message that the pianist is trying to convey. Other player systems rely on predetermined programming to control the release of the piano keys, which results in every key releasing at the exact same speed during playback. This programming equates to half of the original performance being altered, which means half of the human element of the piano performance is removed. The Disklavier, by contrast, can reproduce all articulations of the performance, including the speed by which a key is released, meticulously reproducing what even other high-end systems cannot. Couple these unmatched reproducing capabilities with advanced AccuPlay DSP technology, and you have a piano that not only recreates every nuance of the original performance, but is intelligent enough to verify and adjust itself during playback to ensure accurate performance reproduction.
Our In-Store Music Teachers
Ruth has a Bachelors degree in Music Therapy. She has been teaching for 25 years with a flexible teaching style. Experienced with all genres of music. Has experience playing for musicals, choirs, as well as soloists.
Ruth can be reached at (636)-532-1881
Karen Roche is currently Organist at Bonhomme Presbyterian Church in Chesterfield, the Chancel Choir accompanist, and an independent piano and organ teacher.
She began studying piano at age 3 with Hazel Miller Miester in St. Louis, accompanying choirs and operettas throughout elementary school, and playing the organ for church services at the age of 12.
As a teenager she was the solo pianist with the Afton Summer Symphony performing “Rhapsody in Blue” by George Gershwin. She attended the University of Missouri at Kansas City Conservatory of Music as a piano performance major in the mid 1970’s and graduated from Webster University with a degree in Business Management.
Karen has performed as a piano and organ soloist, accompanist, ensemble musician, director, and choral singer. She enjoys serving as a pianist for community theatre and choral groups. Most recently she performed as the pianist for conductor and composer, John Leavitt, in his presentation of “Symphony of Songs” at Carnegie Hall, in 2010.
Karen began her teaching career many years ago with Townsend Music School but has been an independent piano and organ teacher for the past 10 years. She has a select group of students that excel under her classic approach to piano technique and musicianship.
Please call our store to reach Karen. 636-532-1881