Tuning of upright, grand and historic pianos € 75, - *
Concert tunings from € 90,- **
Certified piano tuner
Member of the VVPN (Piano tuners association)
* region Den Haag and surroundings
(Leiden / Rijnsburg / Katwijk / Noordwijk / Lisse / Voorschoten / Wassenaar / Zoetermeer / Delft / Rijswijk a.s.)
region Rotterdam a.s. €75 + €10 travel expenses
other regions €75 + travel expenses after consultation
** travel expenses are not included,
contact me for an specific quote on a concert tuning of your piano
How often should my piano or grand piano be tuned?
Do you tune my piano/grand piano by ear or using a tuning device?
My preference is for traditional tuning; by ear. It is customary to tune the A note at 440 Hz. This might differ if your piano was not tuned for a long period of time, or if you request a different pitch. This might for example be necessary when playing together with another instrument or to create a historical tuning.
How long does it take you to tune my piano?
It takes me about an hour to tune a piano or grand piano. This depends on the state of the piano and how long ago it was last tuned.
I own a historical piano (pianoforte / harpsichord / square piano), can you also tune it?
Yes, I can also tune your historical instrument. Through my co-operation with piano-builder Gijs Wilderom and Museum Geelvinck (Sweelinck collection) I have the sound experience in tuning historical pianos.