Origins of Jorquera Pianos
The company Jorquera Pianos was established in 1853 by Ginés Jorquera. Nowadays is managed by Helena Jorquera who represents the fourth generation in front of the business and with the recent incorporation of the fifth generation, Óscar Ramón-Jorquera.
Our large experience about music in general but specifically on pianos has been our gateway for supporting the most recognized artistic personalities and the most important entities, schools, theatres and institutions; and we are proud of having them as our customers and friends.
What does Jorquera Pianos do?
The activity of Jorquera Pianos, S.A., is not only to sell instruments. Our service includes from the restoration in our own workshop of all types of pianos, harpsichords, pump organs and player pianos – to the rental of our pianos to high level concerts. On this point in particular we would like to stand out our agreement with official organizations as the Generalitat de Catalunya and City Councils.
Our activity is also to collaborate with the concerts of the most prestigious festivals and notorious contests such as Festival Internacional de Música de Cadaqués, Festival Internacional Torroella de Montgrí, Mostra Catalana de Música Contemporània, and contests as Francesc Vinyes, Concurs Maria Canals, and Concurso Internacional de piano Enric Granados, supported by Alícia de Larrocha,,among others.
Recognition of our brand
If we talk about sales, our specialty is the piano, from the most elemental ones to those that belong to the very prestigious brands and factories, being actually Steinway & Sons official dealers.
For all of these reasons, one of the most important points we would like to emphasize, is our complete technical service, with trained and experienced professionals who are responsible for our successfully long career.A proof of that is our technical support developed in the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya (ESMUC), Conservatorio de Sabadell, Obra Cultural Caja Madrid, Universitat de Barcelona, Auditorio Sant Cugat, Teatre Principal de Sabadell, Conservatorio Superior de Música del Liceu.