Early in 1845, Carl Rönisch started building pianos in his own workshop, and thus the great Rönisch Piano was born. Company’s philosophy: fine tone quality by rock solid, durable construction.
The merger with the world-famous “Julius Blüthner Pianofortefabrik GmbH”, the other quality piano manufacturer in Leipzig, took place in 2008.
The production processes were re-organized, manufacturing facilities re-designed, and the organizational structure enhanced. Both Blüthner and Rönisch now produce quality German made pianos under the same roof.
In 2010, Rönisch re-designed and upgraded the product range which comprised 3 types of upright pianos and 3 types of grand pianos being offered in 118 cabinet style and colour variations.
The focus on the traditional Rönisch markets in the Pacific Area brought stable growth. In 2011, the total export sales of the company amounted to 62 % again. In 2012, Rönisch came out with the “Carl Rönisch Edition” which is modeled on the pianos that originally established the fame of Rönisch in the 19th century.
The “Carl Rönisch Pianofortemanufaktur” continues the tradition of the famous name: RÖNISCH. By maintaining quality and an innovative approach the legacy of Carl Rönisch is fulfilled. Carl Rönisch would be very proud of his successors who are maintaining the German tradition of piano making in the production of quality German made pianos in the twenty first century.
Piano Expert & Owner of Sussex Pianos
The Blüthner piano is my personal favourite of all brands, being more suitable for the home and having that rich romantic sound which is pleasing to the ears.But to find used Blüthner pianos and rebuild them for the modern home is very expensive and new Blüthner pianos are expensive for many. We took on the Ronisch brand because it offered us a balance of tone/ quality and affordability.The Ronisch brand is built alongside Bluthner pianos in the German factory in Leipzig. I believe that these pianos offer a warm tone with a Blüthner build quality warranty but offered in the mid-range of pianos, intermediate, to allow the pianist to enter the world of German-made pianos
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Ronisch – 190cm£9,995.00Find out more
Ronisch Rosewood grand piano – 190cm German Built 1899
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Ronisch 118K£9,999.00Find out more
The Ronisch 118k upright piano has a simple elegance and cultivated tone and provides a fitting i
Ronisch 125K£10,980.00Find out more
The Ronisch 125K upright piano offers increased touch sensitivity and greater dynamic range.
Ronisch 132k£12,470.00Find out more
The Ronisch 132k upright piano offers Rönisch sound for those who desire the very best.