Grand Pianos and Upright Pianos by Steinway & Sons

Piano – Manufacturing with Passion


Steinway & Sons was founded in 1853 by Henry E. Steinway and his sons in New York. Together they established a new benchmark in the construction of grand and upright pianos of the highest quality. Having developed more than 125 patents, the company is considered to be the founder of modern piano construction.

Each Steinway grand piano a unique masterpiece produced by the hands of craftsmen. We take our time in production – everything is done quietly and with care.

Pianos and Grand Pianos by Steinway & Sons are finest craftsmanship

Since our company was established, we have produced pianos with great attention to detail. Each Steinway piano is a work of art that begins with the selection of the finest materials and is brought to perfection with great passion. On average, wood is left to dry and age for two years and it takes almost another year to manufacture a Steinway.

Since our company was established, we have produced pianos with great attention to detail. Each Steinway piano is a work of art that begins with the selection of the finest materials and is brought to perfection with great passion. On average, wood is left to dry and age for two years until they can be processed in the optimal way. It takes almost another year to manufacture a Steinway.

This journey through craftsmanship gives rise to what has distinguished Steinway & Sons for over 160 years – instruments with character. Grand and upright pianos by Steinway & Sons set the standard for superior quality around the world and enjoy a unique level of appreciation – not only among professional pianists, but among everyone who is passionate about music.