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Article: Interview Dorine and Julien, Piano tuners

Bol Piano's, Hasselt

Interview Dorine and Julien, Piano tuners

Dorine and Julien have recently been working at Bol Piano's & Orchestra, in Hasselt. With a lot of passion for the piano world, they ensure that the sounds come out of the piano in the right way. In other words, Dorine and Julien tune the pianos and learn more and more about the technique of the piano.

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What do you think makes Bol Pianos special?

Dorine: The very friendly and enthusiastic employers. The customer friendliness of both employers and 'staff'. The very wide range of pianos in every price category. The knowledge of every brand. And especially the willingness and ability of employers and employees to get the best out of every piano, and to make the pianos much better than they originally were. The willingness of the employer to put all the effort into a piano to make it according to the customer's wishes. That's just great.

Julien: The range is of fantastic quality. The bosses work with expertise and great passion and radiate this to their employees.

What do you think is the most beautiful/is the most beautiful association with piano music and playing?

Julien: The sound that changes in the game. The sound that can seem very emotional to the attentive listener. The beauty of the furniture and the precision of the mechanism.

What do you think makes Bol Piano's and this store location special?

Dorine: The store is located in the heart of Limburg, Hasselt. Very easy to reach, by car and by public transport.

Julien: The range is of fantastic quality. The bosses work with expertise and great passion and radiate this to their employees.

Which musician would you like to see or have you already attended a piano concert?

Dorine: I would like to hear Daniel Barenboim play live.
A few years ago I heard a pianist play Ravel's Piano Concerto for the Left Hand in the Singel in Antwerp. Unfortunately I don't remember his name anymore. I do know that he arrived on stage late and looked quite sloppy. So my first impression of him wasn't good. But when he started playing, all was forgiven. Incredibly beautiful and sublime the way he played that work. That will always stay with me (except for his name, apparently).

Julien: The most memorable thing for me was being present at the Queen Elisabeth competition to support the candidates during the first round and of course all the way to the final!

 

Dorien Pianostemmer Bol Piano's Dorien
Julien pianostemmer bol piano's Julien

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