PREMO'S PIANO SHOP: Owner Steven H. Premo, Piano Technician for 40 years. Premo's Piano Shop has been sustaining the environment through repairing, restoring, and tuning instruments in Hawaii since 1982. Official Wapin Bridge System Installer (check out www.wapin.com), along with Full Wood Working for case and parts, Estimates, Insurance Appraisals, Refinishing, installing Dampchasers, Custom Piano Covers, as well as being a Certified Yamaha Disclavier Technician and more.
Buying and Selling reconditioned used pianos is my focus. I offer vintage pianos, making use of available resources, working to counter the effects of global warming. Pictured are some the earth-friendly instruments in stock. I look forward to talking about pianos so you can make good choices within your budget. Please call for appointment so we can arrange a time that works best for you. Home: 808-536-6294, Cell: 808-781-1062. I look forward providing all your piano needs. Premo's Piano Shop is located at: 831 Pohukaina Street Bldg. A, #18. ( Conveniently located in central Honolulu next to the UFC Gym).
Premo's Piano Shop also provides a wide variety of piano services for local retailer Piano Planet, Hawaii's Exclusive Steinway Dealer.
Winter 2014 -
Restoration of Steinway V, Built in 1896. Was a joy to follow up on fine talent’s of the piano builders craftsmanship back in 1896.
Featured on page 3 of Service Gallery.
Fall 2013 -
The John Challis Harpsichord was featured in Honolulu Museum of Arts, Museum News.
View article here.
Summer 2012 -
Had the rare opportunity to restore a John Challis Harpsichord. A historic piece which will be used for concerts at the Honolulu Museum of Arts (Featured in gallery below). Read more about this historic piece here.
Fall 2011 -
Steve restores and rebuilds 1785 John Broadwood & Sons square grand piano. The first instrument built in lieu from hammer to string!
See the gallery section below for images (Page 2).
Summer 2010 -
Piano technician Steve Premo commisioned to restore the Doris Duke Shangri La Estate Grand Piano.
Read more about this historic piece on the Star Advertiser.