It’s your pride and joy, it’s that special investment that you have enjoyed since childhood, or recently acquired after years of saving. With everything it’s worth to you, your piano needs consistent care to maintain its value.

Wesco Piano is Michiana’s premier service for all of your piano needs.  You may be surprised at how good your piano can sound and how much more enjoyable the piano is to play when given a fine professional tuning & service

Our technicians have tuned, serviced, and repaired pianos from professional musicians to parents looking to give a child their first lesson. Recording studios, churches, concert venues, senior centers, piano schools and dealerships, public and private schools, apartments, and homes: if there is a piano and it is tunable, we can tune it and tune it well. It doesn’t matter if it’s a Steinway D, or a Whitney Spinet; these pianos have inspired generations of musicians to create beautiful works of art. It is our task to ensure these instruments continue to inspire.

Wesco Piano Service offers over 30 years of combined experience. Give us a call to learn more. We’re happy to answer your questions and help you take the best care of the piano you love.

Official Tuner for the South Bend Symphony Orchestra & Elkhart Symphony Orchestra

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Our Team

 

Steve Hicks

Steve Hicks
Steve Hicks

Steve Hicks joined Wesco Piano Service in 2014. He is a Certified Piano Technician & an Associate member of the Piano Technicians Guild. He brings 25 years of customer service and relationship management to the business. He has a musical background and comes from a musical family. His favorite instrument is the trumpet, that he has played since 5th grade. Piano tuning is not for everyone and Steve fell in love with the complexity of the piano right away.  Steve is now the head Concert Tuner/Technician for the South Bend Symphony and the Elkhart Symphony Orchestra. He maintains many of the local school systems pianos and tunes for the ISSMA event each year.​  


Charles Wesco

Charles Wesco

Charles Wesco was named after his grandfather Charles R. Walter who founded The Walter Piano Factory in Elkhart, IN. Charles started learning to tune pianos at the early age of 12, after his grandfather gave him his first tuning lever as a gift. He was taught to tune aurally from the head concert tuner at the piano factory.  Charles had the opportunity to train under internationally known factory technicians that would make frequent stops to the piano factory.  He tuned in concert environments in his late teens and was one of the youngest ever at that time to pass the RPT exams when he was 23.​ Charles has trained and mentored a dozen of other tuners.

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