Bernstein Concerto 133

Upright Piano Series


Bernstein Concerto 133

The Bernstein Concerto is the flagship professional upright piano. Built for the stage, this piano features full professional standards and exciting performance capabilities.
Just looking at this piano, you will notice the generous dimensions. With strong legs and heavy duty lid-close, this piano is built to perform.
The European scaling and extended soundboard area allow this model to deliver shattering power, suited to large rooms, rehearsal and concert areas. 
Most notably, the Bernstein Concerto offers the pianist a myriad of tonal colours, allowing truly expressive piano performance.
With substantially extended key length and action mechanism proportions, this model gives a grand piano-like feel, with outstanding control of the tonal possibilities. 
Built to rigorous professional standards, the Bernstein concerto features robust castors for easy moving, extra-long adjustable music rest, and strong back posts for long life. 
The Bernstein Concerto is a sophisticated piano for pianists who demand the best. 

Considerable time has been taken in developing this piano. Experience Bernstein's premium features:

Outstanding Boss
Thrilling tones for professional performance.

Precise Performance
Optimal keyboard and action design.

Built to Work
Built for the demands of the professional pianist, teacher, school, church and institution.

Specifications: Height 133cm, Width 156cm, Depth 65cm
Weight - 300kg
Available Finishes: Ebony gloss
Now on Display: Stock of the best-selling Bernstein pianos is low in Australia. This model is now on display at our Melbourne showrooms and is available for immediate delivery. 

BERNSTEIN: 30 Years of Superior Piano Manufacturing

The name Bernstein has a heritage in the piano world which stretches well before World War I. However World War II saw the decimation of piano manufacturing in Europe as factories were destroyed or taken over to build arms. 
After the War, England and America led the way in piano re-establishment. The reorganisation of Japan by the Americans led to music taking on a Western flavour, with a heavy concentration on piano. In the late 1950's, South Korea turned its production strength to popular instruments. 
Unlike the Japanese, who endeavored to manufacture much of the piano themselves, the Koreans worked with the English and West German manufacturers for the supply of major piano parts. In 1961, the name Bernstein was re-ignited and linked this new breed of pianos with its historical past.
For over 25 years, Bernstein was manufactured by the Samick Company, recognised as a master in the art of piano production. This factory received the "Grand Prix Award for Quality" in 1983 at the International Piano Competition in Spain, among other accolades.
The Samick Company had a formula that was unique in this period of piano manufacturing. They commissioned the world's most respected piano designer, Mr. Klaus Fenner of West Germany, to design a new range of pianos. Mr. Fenner's design, combined with the sourcing the world's finest components, allowed Samick to produce a range of pianos which received outstanding acclaim internationally. The factory increased production to in excess of 120,000 pianos per year, making them the largest manufacturer in the world.
In benchmark French testing in 1987, the Fenner-designed Samick pianos took out top awards. Two models were submitted for testing and both were in the top four overall, with both scoring the highest category marks for tone, touch, and keyboard. These are the most important elements of piano performance.
Of the three largest manufacturers of this period, the manufacturer of Bernstein was the only one using "Roslau" strings from West Germany, and a pinblock made by the German "Delignit" company. But it was the unique soundboard that set these pianos apart. Mr. Fenner revolutionised the manufacture of piano soundboards when he discovered that layering and laminating omni-directional spruce, then crowning it with pressure points, achieved a new level of tonal production, volume potential and tonal clarity. Each of the Bernstein pianos of this model range featured this design.
Today Bernstein Australia has partnered with the Hailun Piano Company; a powerhouse in the production of innovative, multi-award-winning pianos. Bernstein offers pianists the choice to own the finest piano money can buy, at a family price. Over 10,000 Australian owners cannot be wrong! 

Trade-Ins: Do you have an older instrument to trade-in or take away? We are happy to consider any trade-in, so please phone our team on (03) 9872 5122.

Delivery: Delivery is available Australia wide with our extensive network of specialist piano carriers. Local delivery starts from $220. Please phone us for a special delivery quotation on (03) 9872 5122. 

After Sales Support: Bernies Music Land offers you our famous after-sales service, with a team of on-staff technicians to provide you with prompt, excellent service both during your warranty period and after. 

Bernies is a family business and has been serving the music industry in Melbourne for over 42 years. We welcome you to contact us for any questions by phoning (03) 9872 5122 or visiting the showrooms at 381 Canterbury Road, Ringwood.


Ebony/Black polished