The German M.F.Rachals Piano, founded by Rachals I (1801-1866) in Hamburg, Germany in 1832 - one of the famous piano manufacturers in the history of the German piano manufacturing industry, is the leader of installed upright pianos, and the world's first creator of the automatic playing piano.
In 1889, M.F. Rachals won the honor of gold medal in production in Hamburg, Germany.
In 1893, M.F. Rachals won the Gold Medal at the Chicago World Expo.
In 1903, M.F. Rachals manufactured the world's first automatic playing piano.
In 1972, M.F.Rachals was key featured in the piano industrial documentary "Piano and their Makers" and won the highest honour of “Federal Manufacturing” - called the German National Treasure M.F. RACHALS.
The ultimate goal for the team of the chief tuning master Stfan is to endow the entire M.F Rachals piano for possessing genuine German golden tone leading to the carry forward of the classic German tone.
M.F.RACHALS equipped with an elite expert team caring for the original masterpiece design and technological innovation; technical update and quality improvement for existing models; design and optimization of sound for each M.F.RACHALS piano; and product quality inspection.
M.F Rachals Grand pianos is the highest standard of musical instruments , representing over 185 years of dedication to craftsmanship and uncompromised expression.
M.F Rachals upright pianos are highest standard of quality in the same factory as our grands, using the same materials, techniques, conditioning processes and craftsmen.
M.F Rachals International Compenition