Serving Lancaster, Harrisburg, York, Reading


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Learn more about our history in piano service

This 3rd generation piano business all started when my Great-Grandfather, Arthur W. Davidson immigrated to Philadelphia from London in 1889 and opened a Piano store and repair shop. This store, known as "The Victor Agency" retailed Miller player-pianos, Victor Victrolas, and used pianos reconditioned by my Grandfather.

My Grandfather, Arthur T. Davidson, moved his part of the business (tuning, repair) to Coatesville, Pa. in 1930. He worked for Miller Piano Company in Coatesville, and several piano stores in Lancaster, Pa., including Reifsnyder's, doing tuning and recovering keys. The name of the business in those days was "The Ivorine Piano Key Co.".


Next steps

After studying piano technology at Temple University, I entered the trade in 1979, and in 1983 gained employment at Reifsnyder's, Lancaster's Steinway dealer, where I worked in the restoration shop until that business closed in 2014. Reifsnyder's provided amazing  opportunities for training & experience.

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A family operated establishment

The family business carries on today as " Jeff S. Henry Piano Tuning & Restoration Co." Here is my daughter Charlotte lending a hand in the shop