Columbia Pianos – (573) 445-5690

National Disklavier Month

National Disklavier Month

Join us for 4 weeks, and play your favorite songs this Christmas!

It's fun, relaxing and merry good for your health!

New sessions forming soon in Chesterfield and Fairview Heights.

Only $29 including book!

Join us for 4 fun and creative one hour sessions!

Call today for more information!

Fairview Heights 618-624-7272

Chesterfield 636-532-1881

Columbia 573-445-5690

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Clavinova Digital Piano Room

Recital Hall

Disklavier Player Piano Room
Clavinova Room Recital Hall Disklavier Room

At Piano Distributors, you'll find a large array of both new and pre-owned pianos, verticals and grands, along with Yamaha's latest technology represented in their Clavinova digital and Disklavier player piano areas. With the advancements in Yamaha's technology, you can entertain guests or relax after a hard day's work, with the touch of a finger, while your Disklavier showcases novelties such as “Gershwin playing Gershwin” or select from an assortment of your favorite libraries. If you are a singer as well as a pianist, come in for a demonstration of Clavinova's karaoke tunes and unique harmonies. With Yamaha, there's always something new, different and fun for everyone to enjoy!

In keeping with all Piano Distributors' locations, the Columbia Mid Missouri store offers teaching studios, a music education lab for group lessons, print music and a beautiful recital hall complete with two Conservatory-series grands. The hall seats 70-80 comfortably and is available to teachers for piano recitals, compliments of Piano Distributors, as well as for guest performances and workshops. Throughout the year, the store hosts a variety of events for the community, educators and technicians. Such events include Yamaha artists, music educators, technical support and local musician performances for education and enjoyment.

Please visit our website frequently for the scheduling of our special activities and sales events. There's always something happening at Piano Distributors!


When Yamaha positioned the b Series as the ‘piano to grow with,’ they recognized that for many people this would be the first piano on their lifetime journey of making music. Often, as one’s daily rigors of practice and perfection of skills progresses, that hidden dream of owning a grand piano begins to grow. What better way to keep your eye on the prize than to have the assurance that the investment of your practice, time and money will all contribute to that end goal.

Effective October 2014, all owners will be eligible to trade-up their b Series piano applying 100% of their purchase price against the purchase of a new Yamaha GC, CX or CF Series grand piano. Regardless of where they currently live, or may move in the future within the United States, their investment will be protected for up to 10 years at Piano Distributors.



Please join us for the 2014 Yamaha Clavinova Festival. You and your students are invited to participate in the most musical fun ever! It's time for the YAMAHA Clavinova Festival and a student is going to WIN a brand new Yamaha digital piano too! The main focus of this event is to HAVE FUN! It's a day of good, wholesome musical piano fun on the Yamaha CVP Series Clavinova. The 2014 Clavinova Festival will be held on November 15th, 2014.

So, what is a Clavinova Festival you ask?

The Yamaha Clavinova Festival is an opportunity for kids to have fun performing while playing on Yamaha's CVP Series digital piano called a Clavinova.  There are only 2 rules:

♦Students must use two features on the Clavinova

♦Students must have fun!

Questions? We invite you to attend a special teachers workshop to find out how the festival works, how to use a Yamaha Clavinova and how much fun teaching with technology can be. Plan to attend, and find out what many teachers have been finding out — how to expand their teaching studio with the use of technology that inspires today's young students! Bring your questions, and be prepared to learn.  Also, visit for more information.

If you are interested in participating but do not have access to a Yamaha CVP Series Clavinova please see Ed Riegler at Piano Distributors about the opportunity to have one placed in your studio during the weeks prior to the Festival for you and your students familiarity of the instrument. Certain eligibility requirements do apply.

Registration for this years festival is due by October 15th, 2014. Registration forms are available at the Piano Distributors store or by email.  All participants will receive a festival t-shirt and pair of sunglasses and will be entered in a drawing to win a digital piano! Participants registered after the October 15th deadline cannot be guaranteed a t-shirt and glasses.

For further questions or for more information feel free to contact Festival Coordinator Elizabeth Couture:

Questions regarding the Yamaha CVP Series Clavinovas, the Festival Teacher loan program or purchasing a Yamaha CVP series Clavinova can be directed to Ed Riegler at 573-445-5690 or

Location: Piano Distributors

1729 West Broadway, Columbia MO

Clavinova Festival 

Date: Saturday, November 15th

Register by: October 15th, 2014

Please RSVP to (573) 445 - 5690

par_DisklavierTV_home4_duet_in_tvHave you ever wanted your own personal concert in your home? With Disklavier, you can have your favorite artists perform right in your living room! Featuring Elton John, Sarah McLachlan, and many more! All of the artists selected on Disklavier TV have every touch, nuance, and dynamic change from their performance recorded and played back perfectly right on your very own Disklavier! You can listen to your piano play back their exact performances and also watch the concert on your TV at home. Invite your family and friends over and you can host a one of a kind party that is sure to wow everyone in the room!   Stop into our store today to see a Disklavier in action! If you want to learn more about Disklavier TV, click here.
Suzi Parker is a journalist whose work also appears in The Christian Science Monitor and Reuters. A Piano for Every Child May Sound Impossible, but in Some Schools It's Happening The program Music and the Brain knows how big the benefits of music education can be. Piano-for-every-child (Photo: Alexander Crispin/Getty Images) Growing up, Lisha Lecari studied piano, listened non-stop to Aretha Franklin, the Beatles, and Bach, played guitar and attended rock concerts. “During my last year of high school I got hooked on studying music in depth, not just listening to it, discovered the thrill of counterpoint, and pretty much from then on knew I wanted to be a music teacher,” she says. " "Five-year-olds have so many neurons flying in their brains that they need to use them. The benefit of music is that it makes things connect more easily. ""For the last 17 years Lecari has been the director of Music and the Brain, a music program she created that currently operates in 100 New York City public elementary schools, many of them in poor neighborhoods. Her curriculum is inspired on a 1990s study that connected the experience of early musical instruction to increased cognitive ability. That study from the Center for Neurobiology of Learning and Memory and the Department of Physics at UCLA found that music training causes long-term enhancement in the reasoning of preschool children. The Landfill Harmonic: These Kids Play Classical Music With Instruments Made From Trash “Music helps students to focus, to concentrate, to attend to a task, and to memorize things,” Lecari says. “They learn pattern recognition, and it helps with math skills and literacy.” Supported by various organizations from the Ford Foundation to the 42nd Street Fund, Music and the Brain installs 15 to 25 pianos and keyboards in labs in each participating school. It's one of the few programs with a piano curriculum aimed at K-2 students, though it can also be used effectively with beginners of any age. Lacari says she enjoys using it to teach parents to read music in 30 minutes. The extensive curriculum includes a repertoire of 156 songs, including examples of classical, filk, children's music, and a wide range of world music. Presented sequentially, the songs teach everything from ear training (for rhythm and pitch), to movement, analysis, geography, history, storytelling, games, singing, dancing, playing piano, improvisation, and performance. The program also includes three piano books, as well as teaching manuals, rhythm and keyboard cards, theory papers, poster-size copies of each song, and 43 CD recordings. Music teachers are given an initial training and attend an annual workshop. Instead of just teaching musical notes to children, Music and the Brain stimulates kids to think, act on that thinking, and become inspired to produce their own sounds. For example, take the William Tell Overture. In some programs, students may learn to read music and then play the song. With Music and the Brain, students find where notes are repeated, they discuss and describe the music and how it felt to them, and they create a story to go with the music.
Think about entertaining family and friends this year with "LIVE" Concerts emanating from you living room on a Yamaha Disklavier!

DisklavierTV™ plays YOUR Piano

DisklavierTV provides access to a variety of streaming performances 24 hours a day, 7 days a week – performances that combine perfectly synchronized video, audio and the data that actually plays YOUR piano in YOUR living room!

Wide Variety of On Demand Contents

Most of these performances have been captured live at venues and events from around the US, including the Newport Music Festival and the Monterey Jazz Festival. They cover a wide range of music genres, and we are continually adding to the selection from which you can choose.

Selected LIVE Performances

In addition, we broadcast selected performances LIVE as they are actually happening, and we've had the privilege of offering the performances of such mega-stars as Sarah McLachlan, The Tierney Sutton Band featuring Christian Jacob and Elton John!
Imagine YOUR piano being played by a performer who may be thousands of miles away! There is truly nothing like it! You'll have to experience it to believe it!

See What You're Missing!

You might want to experience the full excitement of DisklavierTV before deciding to subscribe. If you already have a Disklavier*set it up as described here and explore the free contents. * Mark IIXG Series or later

Pre-Owned Pianos Available Now!

Classic Baldwin Console

A classic Baldwin console piano at a great price of $1,395.00 Perfect for the player who prefers a traditional acoustic piano. Look no further. Includes a bench. Baldwin
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Exceptional trade-in Yamaha GH1 in satin ebony

This 5'3 Yamaha Baby Grand is in beautiful condition. If you are looking for a great value in a pre-owned Yamaha piano - look no further!

Yamaha GH1Call Ed for additional information. 573-445-5690

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Yamaha GH1B: Satin Ebony

Used Piano:  Yamaha GH1B: Satin Ebony

Yamaha GH1B: Satin Ebony

The weekend warrior, the GH1B! Yamaha quality that will last you a lifetime.
Brand: Yamaha
Model: GH1B
Finish: Satin Ebony
Serial Number: 4670577
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Kimball: Only $800! A walnut spinet extraordinaire, complete with its padded matching bench. Plays and sounds very nice.
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Kohler & Campbell

Kohler and Campbell:  $1195 A console piano in a studio piano-like cabinet.  Double-wheel rubber casters will be perfect for the classroom or church preferring a piano that rolls easily and sounds and plays just as nicely.
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