The Bosendorfer 280VC Grand Piano is designed for the professional, the artist and the audience. This sophisticated grand piano was handcrafted in Austria with the finest components and expert craftsmanship, featuring state of the art Vienna Concert technology. The Bosendorfer 280VC is the largest Concert Grand piano in the range, offering breathtaking dynamics, incredible resonance, and crystal clear, beaming sound. With all of the fine materials typical of the Bosendorfer design, this grand piano is an exceptional, refined instrument. The 280VC grand piano is made with the artist in mind, allowing greater expression and performance in every touch.
What we like
● Crafted with world renowned pianists
● Provides optimal play and control
● Includes three pedals
● Handcrafted in Austria
● Made with Austrian spruce wood
● Constructed with over 200 years of experience
● Improved acoustic articulation
£164,490.00 inc. VAT
What you should know about Bosendorfer 280VC Grand Piano
Bosendorfer's constant contact with the world's greatest pianists and most eminent conductors enabled them to draw up a detailed 'wish list' for the concert grand model 280VC. The Bosendorfer principle of construction views the entire instrument as a cohesive whole. This is what allows them to achieve the uniquely rich sound colours and characteristically singing timbre, of which the concert grand model 280 VC is living proof. The Bosendorfer 280VC Grand Piano offers truly breathtaking dynamics combined with an elegant, sophisticated and sleek design.
This instrument is a sight to behold, and to hear. Designed for the professional use of a concert hall and stage performances, the Bosendorfer 280VC grand piano has a greater acoustic power, and more resonance in its sound. With a full 88 keys and three pedals, this instrument will never limit the expectations of the pianist. Its long keys and refined action is perfectly crafted for masterful play and high
responsiveness. What is most remarkable about this concert grand is its ability to produce a powerful and voluminous bass, along with a brilliant, clear soprano register for a much larger overall sound. Its expert design offers much greater projection, whilst remaining crystal clear and beautifully rich.
Made with only the finest, natural materials that can be expected of Bosendorfer craftsmanship, this grand piano is an exceptional instrument, built to last for many years to come.
A bit on Bosendorfer’s history
Bosendorfer, the famous Viennese piano maker, ranks as one of the oldest and finest in the world. Using the highest quality materials and utilising their unique resonating case concept which treats the entire instrument as a sounding body, Bosendorfer pianos are greatly admired by the most discerning musician and concert artist. On their website is an exhaustive list of Bosendorfer players and previous owners which include legendary names from Franz Liszt, Johannes Brahms and Oscar Peterson to Michael Jackson and ABBA. Bosendorfer also produce models in unique finishes and designs including the striking Porsche and Audi as well as the famous limited-edition Klimt and Chrysler grands. Bosendorfer is known for their innovation, experience and stunning craftsmanship. The company has been setting new standards for piano design for decades, utilising original concepts with traditional construction. Now owned by Yamaha, yet Bosendorfer still exemplifies the high-quality construction of Austrian design, with a vast range of pianos suitable for all pianists.
Free First Tuning
Markson Pianos are passionate about music and sound, with a reputation for the highest exacting standards. When you purchase a new piano with us, we will promise to offer the first tuning of your new piano completely free of charge! With our professional piano tuning services, you are assured of the best quality sound for the years to come.
Five Year Warranty
At Markson Pianos, all of our new piano models are guaranteed for up to five years to protect your investment, whilst ensuring that you will always have the best quality piano for your practices and recitals. This will correct any issues with manufacturing, repairs or replacements, so that you can rely on your new piano.