We have been restoring historical keyboard instruments since 1996. During that period we have restored most types of keyboard stringed instruments, such as clavichords, spinets, harpsichords, fortepianos, pyramid pianos, table pianos, bureau pianos, etc. We restored a large number of instruments for the National Museum (the Czech Museum of Music) for its exhibition "300 Years of the Piano" held in 1999 under the auspices of UNESCO in 1999, and we are also restoring instruments comprehensively damaged in the disastrous floods of 2002, as well as other instruments of the Czech Museum of Music's collection.We have also restored instruments for the West Bohemian Monument Preservation Institute, the Academy of Performing Arts (HAMU) and for private individuals in the Czech Republic and abroad.

list of the restored instruments:

  • clavichords:
    anonymous - Prague Conservatory
    anonymous (mid-18th century) E 1581 - Czech Museum of Music
    anonymous (mid-18th century) E 1582 - Czech Museum of Music
    Amand Kunz (mid-18th century) E 701 - Czech Museum of Music
  • spinet:
    anonymous - Prague Conservatory
  • harpsichord:
    single-manual / anonymous with chinoiserie (post-1750) E 1352 - Czech Museum of Music
  • fortepianos:
    Conrad Graf, Vienna (circa 1820) - Chateau Kozel
    Joseph Dohnal, Vídeň (circa 1800) inv. no. 1381 St.5008, AMU – HAMU Prague
    Jacob Hlauschek (Jakub Hloušek), Prague (between 1830 and 1846) E 1543 - Czech Museum of Music
    Johann Balley (Jan Balley Nepomucký), Pilsner (between 1830-1840) E 2520 - Czech Museum of Music
    Anton Ullrich, Prague (between 1820 and 1830) E 2587 - Czech Museum of Music
    Joseph Dohnal, Vienna (between 1808 and 1818) E 2585 - Czech Museum of Music
    Joseph Dohnal, Vienna (between 1808 and 1818) E 2838 - Czech Museum of Music
    Steinweg C.F.Th., op.428, Brunschweig (between 1865 and 1869) E 2407 - Czech Museum of Music
    Michael Weis op.761, Prague (between 1800 and 1807) E 2925 - Czech Museum of Music
  • pyramid piano:
    anonymous, probably Vienna (between 1813 and 1820) E 1587 – Czech Museum of Music
  • table pianos:
    anonymous (J.P.Krämer und Söhne, Göttingen 1808), E 1591 - Czech Museum of Music
    anonymous, (between 1787 and 1815) - private collection
  • bureau piano:
    Michael Weis, (between 1810 and 1820) E 1584 - Czech Museum of Music