Stevie Wonder was our first customer for the Kurzweil Reading Machine (the first print-to-speech reading machine) in 1976.

“ We became friends and had many conversations about technology as applied to both disabilities and music. In 1982, while giving me a tour of his new “Wonderland” music studio, Stevie asked if it would be possible to build a bridge between the powerful control methods of computer music (in which a broad variety of input devices could be used to control any available sound) with the beautiful sounds of acoustic instruments such as the piano and guitar. I thought about it, and concluded that it would be feasible. Kurzweil Music Systems was born in 1982 with Stevie Wonder as musical advisor. We showed a prototype of the Kurzweil 250 at the June 1983 NAMM show and people were amazed that both the look and feel of a grand piano was realistically captured in an electronic instrument for the first time. We started shipping the product in 1984 and it quickly became recognized as the first computerized instrument to faithfully capture the grand piano, which we confirmed in A-B tests with pianists.

Over the next quarter century we developed a succession of digital keyboards that maintained this leadership in realism while also providing a broad new palette of sounds and sound modification techniques that are only possible in the electronic world. This was the vision that Stevie Wonder had articulated in 1982 and I was personally gratified that he felt satisfied that we had achieved it. Many other high profile artists (Paul McCartney, Billy Joel, The Who, Earth, Wind and Fire, the Boston Pops, Andrew Lloyd Webber to name a few) around the world seemed to agree.

I have always felt that the type of technology that Kurzweil Music represents is highly democratizing. Years ago only the top studios and academic laboratories could afford technology that allowed flexible shaping of new sounds. Now these tools can be afforded by everyone from music students to weekend musicians. As technological advances continue to ramp up at an exponential pace, KMS will continue to push the boundaries of what is possible, further blurring the line between music and machine.”

-Ray Kurzweil-
Founder and Chief Strategy Officer
Kurzweil Music Systems


Here are just a few of our amazing clients we have the pleasure to have worked with over the years

คีย์บอร์ดไฟฟ้า Kurzweil KA90 LB Digital Piano

Kurzweil KA90 LB Digital Piano

เปียโนไฟฟ้า CUP320N Satin Rosewood Digital Piano

The Authentic Piano Experience.

เปียโน ไฟฟ้า Kurzweil CUP1 White Digital Piano

Compact Upright Piano. Featuring a contemporary cabinet with slow-close fallboard, the beautifully designed CUP1 stands approximately 42 inches high and will complement any home, school or formal music environment.

เปียโนไฟฟ้า Kurzweil CUP410 Satin Rosewood Digital Piano

New high-end digital piano.

เปียโนไฟฟ้า Kurzweil CUP320N White Digital Piano

The Authentic Piano Experience.

คีย์บอร์ดไฟฟ้า Kurzweil KA90 White Digital Piano

Kurzweil KA90 WH Digital Piano

ขาตั้งเปียโนไฟฟ้าพร้อมเพเดล Kurzweil KAS-5 Stand with padels

Detachable wooden instrument stand with built-in pedal assembly (sustain/sostenuto/soft) for the KA70, KA90 and KA120 models.

เปียโนไฟฟ้า Kurzweil CUP410 White Digital Piano

New high-end digital piano. Housed a contemporary cabinet, the CUP410 offers an 88-note graded-hammer action keyboard with 3-point velocity sensor design. The CUP410 provides a staggering 256 notes of polyphony for seamless performances.

คีย์บอร์ดไฟฟ้า Kurzweil KP100 Digital Piano

Equipped with hundreds of sounds including Kurzweil’s Triple Strike Piano (from the PC3 Series workstations) and over 200 auto-accompaniment patterns, the KP100 is a powerful, portable keyboard aimed at beginners and music enthusiasts alike.

เปียโนไฟฟ้า Kurzweil M90 Simulated Rosewood Digital Piano

Designed for the Student and Family.

เปียโนไฟฟ้า Kurzweil M90 White Digital Piano

Kurzweil M90 White Digital Piano