Signature Pianocraft is a team of full-service piano technicians located in Idaho Falls. As the premier piano service in the area, Signature offers a wide range of professional piano services including tuning, regulation, voicing, & rebuilding/restoration.
Signature has also worked with the Piano Gallery, The Idaho Falls Symphony, and has taken over for retired piano technician, Roger J. Baker, RPT, and the late Jerry F. Clark.
Owner, Will Perkins, is a Registered Piano Technician (RPT) with the Piano Technicians Guild and is a graduate of the acclaimed piano technology programs at North Bennet Street School in Boston, MA. This school has a rich tradition that focuses on the art of aural tuning as well as rebuilding pianos.
In 2019, Will was selected to work as a piano technician at the Boston Symphony Orchestra's Tanglewood Music Festival. During his time there, he worked side-by-side with technicians from the Juilliard School, Steinway New York, and the Royal Conservatory of Music (Toronto). Will tuned pianos for artists such as Emmanuel Ax, Peter Serkin, and John Williams, among others.
Since moving to Idaho Falls in 2020, Will has tuned for the Idaho Falls Symphony, the Idaho State Civic Symphony, the Civic Auditorium, the Colonial Theater, the Brickyard Events Center, the Jackson Hole Center for the Arts, as well as countless piano teachers, schools, and other private clients.
Currently, Will resides in Idaho Falls with his wife, McKenna, who also attended North Bennet Street school, studying Fine Woodworking. When he is not working on pianos, he enjoys playing them! He has performed solo jazz and ragtime piano at music festivals across the United States as well as appearances in Hungary and Argentina. Visit his musician website here.
Tiffany Dolbin is also a graduate of the piano technology programs at North Bennet Street School in Boston, MA. During her two years there, she learned a variety of skills to help her become a well-rounded professional piano technician. These skills include aural tuning, regulation, and the extensive repairs involved in rebuilding pianos. Tiffany is also an Associate Member of the Piano Technicians Guild.
During her second year at NBSS, Tiffany worked as an intern at Boston University where she was in-charge of taking care of 30 pianos. Her work included practice room and the pianos in music professor’s studios. She would not only tune, but also apply skills she was actively learning during her time as a student.
When Tiffany is not working on pianos, she enjoys woodworking, sewing, and baking. She grew up working with her father in her family's woodshop building things for her family. Much of her time in the shop included listening to music, which is what initially sparked her interest in pursuing piano work.