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The first 108 key piano in history will be completed mid year 2018.
Stuart & sons relocated to Tumut in 2015
Omega 6 model completed…the last 6 keys or the maximal ambitus of 9 octaves was proven to be a realistic objective for the acoustic piano using Stuart's unique technology.
102 key concert grands delivered to Newcastle Conservatorium and Beleura House, Mornington, Victoria
Newcastle Regional Art Gallery Foundation commissioned 102 key 2.2m studio grand for the Gallery.
First 102 key concert grand profiled in the Australian Pavilion at Shanghai World Expo.
First 102 key concert grand completed establishing a new ambitus, the widest frequency range built into an acoustic piano.
First 102 key 2.2m studio grand delivered to private customer in Western Australia.
Work begins for 102 key models.
Piano profiled at Australian Pavilion World Expo Aichi, Japan.
2.2m studio grand to Admiralty House, Sydney.
Relocation of factory from Tudor Street to Maryville site.
Wayne Stuart awarded Order of Australia Medal (OAM).
Completion of new 2.2m studio grand model with deliveries to Aust. Elizabethan Theatre Trust and British actor Rowan Atkinson.
Partnership established with J Albert & Son and founding of Piano Australia Pty Ltd.
Pianos commissioned for Sydney Festival and Government House Sydney.
Launch of Gerard Willems Beethoven Piano Sonata series ABC Melbourne.
Stuart awarded a personal Australia Council Fellowship.
Concert grand commissioned for Powerhouse Museum, Sydney.
First recording: Ian Munro Tall Poppies, Mere Bagatelles.
Piers Lane launched the first Stuart & Sons concert grand piano in the Harold Lobb Concert Hall Newcastle.
Guarneri Trio, Prague, first international artists to use Stuart concert grand.
Piano project relocated to University of Newcastle's Faculty of Music.
Piers Lane played first concert grand in Melbourne workshop.
Prototype upright completed with essential design philosophy: 97 keys, 4 pedals and bridge agraffes, Northern Metropolitan College of Technical and Further Education, Preston, Victoria.