The Latest News From Ritmüller
Welcome to Music China 2020
Pearl River Piano Group welcomes music enthusiasts to Music China 2020
Music China is the most comprehensive event in the music industry in Asia. Ritmüller and the Pearl River Piano Group are proud to present the largest display of acoustic pianos ever. Among the highlights of the show are the Celestial Harmony Spacewalk, the first grand piano created by 3D printing technology, unique exotic veneers by Kayserburg, a “Sound of Spring” Art Case Edition model plus a one-of-a-kind original Ritmüller upright piano built in 1899.
Click through our slide show to see a series of images covering the 2020 show, starting with day one and the initial setup through the following days. We will showcase the latest innovations from Ritmüller and the Pearl River Piano Group and other exciting news.
The Superior Sessions Recordings
Thanks to our friends in Ireland at Thornton Pianos and Hot Press Magazine, the European sound of Ritmüller is being showcased in a series of videos titled ‘The Superior Sessions.’ Featuring some of Ireland’s best-emerging talent, these musicians all rely on the exceptional tonal quality of Ritmüller in support of their performances. Keep checking here for new Superior Sessions in the near future.
A 14-year-old singer/songwriter/musician from Dublin, Muireann McDonnell represented Ireland at the 2017 Junior Eurovision Song Contest.
Half Dutch and half Indonesian, Jacob Koopman is an established singer/songwriter now performing in Ireland.
The Winner of the Thornton Pianos Competition.
After thousands of entries, Hot Press Magazine and Thornton Pianos have named the winner of a stunning white Ritmüller Modern 112 piano. A compact, stylish upright piano that’s suitable for all players, the Ritmüller Modern 112 is taller than typical pianos of this type allowing for a larger soundboard and string length, and enhanced tone and dynamic range.
The competition sparked an incredible response from people across Ireland from young aspiring musicians to big, music-loving families; and from teachers on a mission to professional players reaching for the stars.
In their entries, people reflected on the role of music as a crucial form of expression in their lives, and also of escape – something that became even more intense during the lockdown.
The judges narrowed the entries down to 20 finalists, ultimately and unanimously selecting piano teacher/performer Gemma Cox as the winner of the Ritmüller Modern 112.