The flagship of Yamaha Pianos, the hand-crafted CFX concert grand piano made its debut in 2010 following 19 years of research and development.
Beautifully-made and with an exquisite tone across the entire dynamic range, the CFX has the power to project sound to the furthest reaches of any concert hall. The instrument can soar above a magnificent orchestra and yet provide the subtle nuances and shadings of color required for the most demanding chamber works.
If you have not listened to a Yamaha concert instrument recently, you owe it to yourself to audition the CFX.
From Franz Liszt to Oscar Petersen, Bösendorfer has captured the imagination of music lovers for over 185 years.
With a unique construction similar to the body of a violin, the entire frame of the instrument -- not just the soundboard -- resonates when you play.
Now a subsidiary of Yamaha, Bösendorfer continues to create handmade instruments with refined tone and action for the most discriminating artists.
There is only one Bösendorfer.
There is something very special in every CFX I’ve ever played, all over the world. Each piano has a soul and sensitivity that is unmatched.
Our appreciation for the CFX grows on a daily basis, and it has been the perfect instrument for our concert hall. Everyone raves about it, and it's a tremendous source of pride for the institution.
Sometimes pianists try to sound like singers. Me, personally, I try to sound like a Bösendorfer.
I've been a Yamaha Artist for twenty-five years and the CFX represents another incredible transformation for Yamaha. It is really such an amazing piano.
For all my life—my piano!
The ideal piano should have a brassy bass, beautiful mid range, and shimmering highs — and finally there is a piano which has all these qualities. It is sensitive to play but is also capable of a brilliant sound.
Again the beautiful singing of Bösendorfer.