“Selling the finest Steinway pianos ever built...

...exquisitely restored.”

photo of a Steinway & Sons piano 1927 Steinway model A, high gloss mahogany

Now open to the public, the craftsmen at Dallas Piano Restorations have been restoring Steinway pianos for over 30 years, for the Steinway & Sons factory in New York City, the University of North Texas, Baylor University, the State University of New York, and the New England Conservatory of Music.

My life’s mission is to save and restore as many of the world’s greatest pianos from Steinway & Sons’ glorious past as I can. —Lou Tasciotti, Technician Editor for The Piano Quarterly

Who Are We?

We are the craftsmen and technicians who rebuild and service pianos; there are no salespeople at Dallas Piano Restorations.

Lou Tasciotti, Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of California at Santa Barbara, Certificate in Piano Technology from the New England Conservatory of Music. Mr. Tasciotti has tuned pianos at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Tanglewood, for the New York Philharmonic, the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the late Aaron Copland, and is currently Staff Piano Technician at Stephen F. Austin State University. Mr. Tasciotti was the first Technician Editor for The Piano Quarterly, with articles also in Clavier, Piano & Keyboard, Keyboard Companion, and reprinted by the Piano Technicians Guild and by Steinway & Sons.

photo of Lou Tasciotti

Mike Terrill, Bachelor of Music from University of North Texas College of Music, is a long standing member of the Piano Technicians Guild, and the only factory certified installer of QRS Pianomation players in the Dallas Metroplex. Mr. Terrill tunes for Baylor University, Centenary College, Collin College, Tarrant County College and the Wideman International Piano Competition. Mr. Terrill has also tuned at Southern Methodist University, University of Texas at Dallas, Richland College, Southwestern Adventist University, Casa Manana Theater, the Viardo International Piano Competition, and the Dallas Cowboys Stadium inaugural concert.

photo of Mike Terrill