A visit to the Steinway & Sons Collection at the LaGuardia and Wagner Archives
By Damian Fowler
Igor Levit on improvising; his ‘very direct’ and personal sound; and his love for Frederic Rzewski, Marina Abramovic, and voices beyond the classical canon.
By Ben Finane
In 1853, German immigrant Henry E. Steinway founded Steinway & Sons in New York City with the goal of building the best piano possible. In pursuit of that goal, he developed the unparalleled Steinway piano and built a legacy that stands as one of America’s greatest success stories.Read More
During World War II, Steinways were delivered to every theater of war.Read More
Karl Paulnack’s inspirational speech on music welcomes the parents of new freshmen at the Boston Conservatory.Read More
The Boston maintains its position as the best piano available in the popularly priced market, bar none. Thanks to its Steinway pedigree, the Boston sounds better, plays better, and lasts longer than any other piano in its price range.Read More