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Ravenscroft Pianos
16701 N 90th St. Suite 101

Scottsdale, AZ 85260

Handcrafted in Scottsdale, Arizona by piano builder Michael Spreeman, the Ravenscroft piano entered the market for high-end performance pianos in 2006. Two models are available, the 7' 3" model 220 and the 9' model 275. The 220 made its debut in 2007 in the Manufacturers’ Showcase of the 50th Annual Convention of the Piano Technicians Guild. A custom-built model 275 is currently the official piano at the Tempe Center for the Arts.

While the general trend in the industry seems to be toward outsourcing to less expensive suppliers, Spreeman says his concept is the exact opposite. Appealing to the niche market of high-end consumers, Spreeman’s approach is more along the lines of the early European small-shop builders, with an emphasis on quality and exclusivity.

Ravenscroft is redesigning their pianos with an emphasis on an all-American product featuring cast-iron frames built in the U.S. and keysets built by Reyburn Pianoworks in Michigan. Full production is projected in 2025 with a new Model 220 design, and Model 275 will be replaced by Model 278.

In 2021, Ravenscroft opened a performing arts center with two performance venues: a 200-seat auditorium and a smaller intimate jazz venue called JazzBird. A new contemporary showroom and a recording studio are included in the 30,000 sq. Ft building. The venue features three Ravenscroft pianos: two model 220s and one model 275.

In partnership with Prime Studio GmbH in Austria, both Ravenscroft piano models have been digitally sampled for the Virtual Instruments recording project and are available as plug-ins for audio production.

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