Community Support

Supporting the community has always been one of our top priorities. Through concerts at Bosendorfer Hall, fundraisers, providing pianos for events, and education, we continue to take an active role in the community through our shared passion for pianos, music, and the arts.

Supporting the arts, 88 keys at a time

By David Menconi, The News & Observer

If you’ve ever attended a classical concert or church service involving a high-end piano, chances are good that Ruggero Piano supplied or at least tuned it. There’s an even better chance it was a low-cost rental (or even no-cost, if for a charitable event), which is a major reason that Ruggero Piano won a Medal of Arts lifetime-achievement award from the city of Raleigh earlier this fall…

Make-A-Wish Partners with Ruggero Piano to Grant Patrick's Wish!

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We are so excited to share this incredible Make-A-Wish story with you! Patrick, age 14, wished to have a piano. He wanted to continue developing his skills in something he loved after a difficult battle with cancer. Thanks to the support of his teacher, Jessica, and Make-A-Wish of Eastern NC, Patrick and his family were able to have an incredible day at Ruggero Piano and make memories they’ll never forget. Patrick hopes to be able to volunteer to play at the hospital where he received treatment one day – we can’t wait for that day to come! Congratulations, Patrick, on your brand new Yamaha U3 upright piano!

Customer Reviews

Ruggero Piano was unbelievably helpful in assisting us with procuring a new instrument for our 1500-seat worship space. The gothic cathedral architecture and acoustics of Duke Chapel make it a challenging space for a piano, so the selection process was critical. After playing many instruments in the showroom and in private homes, we decided on a Bösendorfer 225, which has been the perfect addition to our worship services and concert offerings. We were so pleased with the care and attention we received from Ruggero that we returned to them when we needed additional instruments for our staff office suite. - Dr. Zebulon M. Highben, Director of Chapel Music, Duke University Chapel

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