Steinway & Sons has collaborated with some of the most notable artists and designers of our time to create a special series of Steinways that reimagine what uncompromised expression looks like. Custom-built at our Steinway & Sons New York and Hamburg factories, our limited editions combine classic Steinway craftsmanship with inspired and expressive designs — making each Limited Edition Steinway both a majestic musical instrument and a completely unique work of art.
One of the most anticipated Steinways in history, Pictures at an Exhibition was conceived and hand painted by concert pianist and world-renowned visual artist Paul Wyse. This new art case Steinway & Sons Model D concert grand unites Modest Mussorgsky’s immortal work for solo piano with classical painting, Russian history, and meticulous Steinway craftsmanship in a historic first.Learn More on steinway.com
Steinway & Sons marked an auspicious moment in our rich history with our uncompromisingly crafted 600,000th piano, The Fibonacci — a feat of artistry, engineering and precision, designed by master artisan Frank Pollaro.Learn More on steinway.com
Timeless and beautiful — the Heliconia designed by Lalique from Steinway & Sons is the result of an extraordinary and creative collaboration between two renowned manufactories which have both dedicated themselves to the highest standards of quality and craftsmanship. Steinway & Sons and the distinguished French glassmaker Lalique’s mutual pursuit of perfection provides the ideal foundation for partnership.Learn More on steinway.com
Akin to the songs of John Lennon, the Imagine Series is the perfect harmonization of music with creativity to achieve an end result greater than the sum of its parts. The Imagine Series Limited Edition is modeled after the white Steinway grand piano that Lennon presented to Yoko Ono on her birthday in 1971. Each piano incorporates Lennon's signature, music, and a medallion indicating its uniqueness.Learn More on steinway.com
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