Piano tuning and repair in Utah County and surrounding areas, including homes and venues.
I earned my M.M. degree in Piano Performance from BYU and enjoy tuning and helping people get the most out of a service visit without charging them more. I am passionate about each piano I tune, service, and repair. Piano Lessons are available as well.
Has it been 10 years or more for your piano? Call now for a free estimate! Your piano can sound wonderful again.
I offer a free piano mini-concert with each tuning or repair service.
Evan Grady, Piano Tuner and Technician
Concert Pianist - 20 years
I have tuned pianos for artists/places such as:
Jenny Oaks Baker, David Archuleta, Jon Schmidt, and Rosewood Recording Studio.
DeJoria Concert Center, Wasatch County, UT
Summerhays Music in Murray, UT
Cherie Hall, A Very Cherie Christmas
Hale Centre Theatre, Orem, UT
Cold House Recording Studio, Provo, UT
M.M. in Piano Performance, BYU, Provo
B.A. in Music, Piano emphasis, BYU, Provo
A.A. in Music Composition, COC, CA
Member of the Piano Technician's Guild
Member of the Music Teacher National Association
I am a piano tuner for all areas of Utah County. Located in Provo, UT,
I service pianos in the areas of Alpine, American Fork, Cedar Hills, Draper, Eagle Mountain, Elk Ridge, Genola, Heber, Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Mapleton, Murray, Nephi, Orem, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salem, Spanish Fork, Sandy, Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, South Jordan, Springville, Vineyard, West Jordan and Woodland Hills. I can also travel to Nephi and Sanpete County areas if there are multiple tunings nearby the same day.
To book a Live Piano Concert in a venue or home, call 801-602-7040. I also teach piano lessons in Spanish Fork, UT. Visit evangradypianolessons.webs.com for more info!
I travel to Alpine, American Fork, Cedar Hills, Heber, Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Mapleton, Orem, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salem, Spanish Fork .
If you have a very old piano, and want to get it restored, such as an old Steinway, there are other options available through stores such as Lindeblad Piano Restoration. They restore older pianos, such as the Steinway Model C shown below. It may be worth looking into if you have an older grand or upright piano.
Tuning by Ear:
People ask me frequently if I tune the piano by ear. I use both my ear and the tuning device (Accu-tuner) to tune pianos. There is a simple video below which gives a general explanation which may answer some questions (video used with permission).
To tune a piano by ear, you only need a tuning lever, a mute, and a tuning fork. With that said, I strongly recommend that you do not try to tune your own piano. since broken strings, bent pins and pin block problems can happen. Improper equipment may also make the piano difficult to tune in the future if the pins are chewed.
Evan studied at Brigham Young University as an undergraduate and master's student, earning the M.M. in piano performance. He has taken lessons since he was 6 years old and loves to teach piano.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much will do you charge to tune a piano?
Piano Tuning Pricing can vary depending on who you use. These sites give examples of pricing below:
Piano Finders list that tuning can cost more than 150 dollars.
Answers.com has a reference to a tuner who charges more than 180 for a tuning alone.
Costhelper is closer to the going rate. They also have prices for typical string repairs.
Howmuchisit.org is another great resource.
I am also listed under http://pianoacoustics.com
I service pianos in the areas of Alpine, American Fork, Bluffdale, Cedar Hills, Draper, Eagle Mountain, Elk Ridge, Genola, Heber, Herriman, Highland, Lehi, Lindon, Mapleton,
Murray, Nephi, Orem, Park City, Payson, Pleasant Grove, Provo, Salem, Spanish Fork, Sandy, Santaquin, Saratoga Springs, South Jordan, Springville, Vineyard, West Jordan and Woodland Hills.
I am a piano tuner and technician for Utah County and surrounding areas. Call today and find out how much better your piano can sound.