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Buy with confidence! We are a fourth-generation, family-owned company passionate about pianos.

Learn more and schedule a visit to our appointment-only piano gallery in Anchorage:

Whether you live in Anchorage, Juneau, Ketchikan, and many other places in the Last Frontier, Classic Pianos is honored to serve as your exclusive dealer for Yamaha, Bösendorfer, Schimmel, Estonia, and Kawai pianos. Our goal is to make your piano purchase memorable and rewarding! If you’re shopping for an upright, grand, digital, or silent piano, you’ll enjoy a seamless buying experience.

Enjoy an Easy & Risk-Free Piano Purchase with All of the Classic Advantages:


Our inventory — in Anchorage and around the U.S. — is available for white-glove delivery direct to your home.


We're honored to receive Top U.S. Dealer awards from every piano manufacturer we represent, year after year.


Our higher sales volume means lower negotiated wholesale prices — and we pass these savings on to you.


We operate by appointment only, which means you aren’t covering the high cost of an expensive retail mall location.


In addition to our Anchorage inventory, we have over 300 new and used pianos available off-site.


Our team includes certified piano technicians, piano teachers, concert & event managers, and professional pianists.


We offer attractive long-term financing and a low-price guarantee on every piano we sell — from entry-level to full concert grands.


Every piano we sell is backed by our industry-leading trade-up policy — get store credit toward your next purchase!

Meet the Team

Classic Pianos Alaska is a collaboration between Classic Pianos’ founder, Maurice Unis, and a national team of piano specialists who met in Alaska more than 20 years ago and who share a devotion to supporting the Alaska music communities and arts organizations.

Mike Walsh

Mike has worked with Classic Pianos for more than 10 years, having begun selling pianos in 1998 after a successful Air Force career. He’s an accomplished trombonist, and has been a musician with the Anchorage Jazz Ensemble for over 25 years. He’s also a founding member of the Anchorage Brass Choir and an avid Pickleball player who also enjoys spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.

Maurice Unis

Maurice represents the third generation of the Unis family and he, along with his three sons and an incredible team of piano professionals, have built the largest and most awarded piano dealership in North America. He often says that there is no secret to success: “Just give the buyer the widest possible choice, devote yourself to customer service, and be happy to take the piano back on a trade-up, no matter how many years down the line.”

Brian Unis

As Head of Operations, Brian is the go-to person to ensure all aspects of the organization are running at full-steam. Starting in the business as a teenager, Brian still works tirelessly, striving to meet and exceed customer expectations. With a love of pianos and a deep commitment to customers, Brian can always be counted on for doing anything to ensure customers are delighted with their purchase.

Fred Riley

Currently based at Classic Pianos’ Portland Showroom, Fred has been integral part of the Alaska piano community since 2010. Fred has 27 years in the industry, having started his career in tuning. Networking with piano technicians, educators and designers has been his “forte.” Fred has a genuine passion for helping customers find the perfect instrument for their needs.


Five-Star Trade-Up Policy - Offering Peace of Mind & Flexibility

Your new or used piano purchase is an investment for a lifetime. But what if your musical needs change over the years? The answer is simple: When you’re ready, you can trade in your instrument for a store credit to be used toward the purchase of another piano of equal or greater value.

  • Acoustic Pianos: Lifetime 100% trade-up value
  • Digital pianos: 100% trade-up value for two years following purchase
  • Acoustic pianos with player or silent systems: 70% trade-up value for the life of the instrument

“I am a piano technician in Los Angeles with a client in Fairbanks, Alaska in search of a high-end upright piano. We canvassed piano stores all the way up and down the west coast. My client finally chose a Schimmel K-132 from Classic Pianos of Portland, Oregon. Fred Riley had come recommended from another client who recently traveled to several major cities in pursuit of a concert grand, and had told me that Fred was the “real deal” when it comes to piano sales people. Fred’s communication was excellent, and he was clearly willing and able to “go the extra mile,” both figuratively AND quite literally! Next time I have a client willing to travel to find the right instrument, my first call will be to Fred.”

— Alan

Classic Pianos is Proud to Partner with Music Institutions Throughout Anchorage, Juneau, and Fairbanks

Classic Pianos meets institutional client needs through individualized programs and services. From schools, universities, and churches to professional venues and non-profits, our local partners are essential to the community. Our experienced institutional team will understand your distinct needs, evaluate your goals, and offer personalized solutions.

We can help:

  • Assess your current inventory;
  • Develop lease or loan programs;
  • Arrange unique financing arrangements; and
  • Cultivating fundraising support.

Talk to Our Alaskan Piano Experts Today!

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