Are you looking for a new or used piano for a beginner, intermediate or advanced level? Our site is built to help you navigate the piano buying experience and guarantee you will find a completely different experience with my consultation and guidance.
Please, contact me at 832.594.7267. I’ve started my piano selling journey back in 1992. Since then, I have enjoyed playing on many types of pianos, and have become great friends with many pianists, musicians, piano technicians, and piano teachers throughout the years. I’ve discovered the “piano instrument” is all about personal preference, just like “Art.” There is no right or wrong, it’s how a player can utilize the instrument to bring more a colorful tone out of each level of piano and for a buyer to find the right piano within their budget.

For most parents, the reason they’re in the piano market is because of their kid(s) are ready for piano lessons and, perhaps, they can tag along to learn how to play the piano? In fact, knowing how to play the piano is not that difficult for adults. The hard part is a lack of time to practice. Thus, to find a piano teacher who is not only a master at their craft, but also very apt and experienced at various levels of teaching is crucial. I have developed strong professional relationships with piano teachers throughout Houston and surrounding area over the past 20+ years. Many of them are fluent in Mandarin, please ask me for suggestions; I would be very happy to assist you.

I'm currently working with the Houston Piano Company as a Piano Consultant where I help clients purchase their piano.This process starts with a full understanding of the entire new and used piano options in the market. I take care with each individual family’s needs and budget, as instruments range from Performance grade level like Steinway and Son, Mason & Hamlin, Bechstein, Bosendofer, Estonia to consumer grade level like Yamaha, Kawai, Baldwin, Brodmann, Perzina, Ritmuller, Pearl River, A Geyer, Young Chang, Weber, and many more. My aim is to help you to find and purchase the right piano without sacrificing the quality and benefits you deserve.

Top Picks


European Design, European Tradition, European Sound
Joseph Brodmann was a well-known piano maker in Vienna in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. Ignaz Bösendorfer apprenticed in Brodmann’s workshop and eventually took it over, producing the first Bösendorfer pianos there.


A Masterpiece in Every Detail
Ritmüller has been a standard of musical excellence since the name was established in Germany in 1795. Under the auspices of the Pearl River Piano Group, the brand has been elevated to an exciting new level of quality and musical virtuosity.


European Parts
One of the best things about the Perzina pianos is that each piano has at least 90% European parts. And these are high quality parts — The Renner actions used in many models are order complete from Germany, not assembled from parts. Renner actions are also found in Petrof instruments. The majority of the woods are dense, high-altitude woods that have a better sound quality.


History of A. Geyer Pianos
A.GEYER pianos enjoy a worldwide first class reputation. The origins of A.GEYER pianos begin in the piano factory, which the Geyer family established back in 1877 in Eisenberg, Thuringia, Germany.


The World’s Best Selling Piano
Pearl River is the World’s Best-Selling Piano, sold in over 100 countries. The Pearl River name has become a symbol of quality in the music industry, and a supplier of instruments to many retailers and even other manufacturers, who depend on us for reliable, high quality instruments!


Pre Owned Pianos
The benefits of owning a pre-owned piano are numerous, let’s explore. Let’s say you’re a talented musician with a smaller budget or you’re a first time buyer looking for a piano for your family.
A brand new European piano will cost anywhere from $20K-$85K and a fine Asian made piano can range from $5K on the very low end to well over $20K. Now, let’s explore some pre-owned options.


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    We found the Chinese piano lady’s information online while shopping for a piano a year ago. Maggie was very patient and helpful during this process. She introduced us to the…

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    We shopped a EU122 piano from Maggie last April and we are very happy with our purchase. Before the purchase, I did some research online about different kind of pianos…

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    Maggie’s service to my family while we were in the store shopping for a piano was very patient, very professional, explained every question we asked with pleasure. The quality is…

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  • Andy Loe and family

    Dear Ms. Maggie, We are very happy with our purchase of the Pearl River piano for our daughter, and most importantly, we are glad that we stop by at the…

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  • 王薇薇

    身為專業的鋼琴表演與教育工作者 我深深了解好的樂器是如何讓孩子學琴事半功倍,讓演出者更能自在的詮釋音樂. 感謝Maggie親切及專業的服務,和她細心為顧客需求著想的態度. 她的推薦讓我們學校的音樂廳更加完美. 康博士學苑 音樂主任

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  • Nancy Jane Otto

    Prior to purchasing my piano from Houston Piano Company, I had shopped around for several months. The minute I walked into Houston Piano Company and met with Maggie, I knew…

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9 Reasons Why Adults Should Learn to Play the Piano

Research has shown that eight out of ten adults who never learned to play any musical instrument, such as a piano, wish they had. It is never too late for anybody, even adults in their 60s or 70s, to learn to play something as cool as a piano. In fact, the benefits that you get from learning to play the piano in your adulthood far outweigh the negatives. The sense of accomplishment has no monetary value

Playing the piano has intellectual, social, mental, and physical benefits. With this newly acquired skill, you will see a big improvement in your spatial, engineering, science, and mathematics reasoning. Your memory storage improves a lot; you’re able to concentrate and multitask better; you become more creative; your knowledge of culture improves; and, you become more musically aware. Also, your hand to eye coordination improves as you learn to play the piano.

Click Here to see why adults will benefit from taking piano lessons.


If you wish to find the piano teacher in your area, please call Chinese Piano Lady – Maggie @ 832.594.7267 or email to


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