European piano design is the foundation for the construction of each individual Ritmüller model. From wet sand-cast iron plates to close-grained solid spruce soundboards, and from German hammers and felt to rock maple bridges and pin-blocks, Ritmüller upright and grand pianos are manufactured to the highest standards.

The result is a collection of both upright and grand pianos that compare admirably on every level. Precision components of the new pianos are produced by advanced CNC digital machinery then assembled by expert craftsmen to ensure a blend of both technical superiority and artistic excellence. Roslau strings and Louis Renner premium hammers from Germany, ebony wood sharps, and solid spruce soundboards are just a few examples of the standards of quality and workmanship that comprise every new Ritmuller piano.

The Ritmuller Piano Company was founded in 1795 and soon became one of Europe’s most innovative manufacturers. Ritmuller’s pianos came to characterize the warm, rich tone now called the “Euro Sound.” We continue the tradition of excellence and innovation using a combination of old world tradition and state-of-the-art computerized manufacturing techniques.