Steinway & Sons - Features & Benefits
In this video, Ron Losby, President - Americas, Steinway & Sons, covers some of the patented features that make a Steinway the world's finest piano.
To find out more and view all of the available grand and upright models, visit http://steinwaypianodc.com/instruments/steinway
Boston Piano - Features & Benefits
View this video to find out the features that elevate the Boston Piano to a class of its own within its price range.
To find out more and view all of the available grand and upright models, visit http://steinwaypianodc.com/instruments/boston
Music performed on a Boston Piano by jazz pianist David Esleck.
Essex Pianos - Benefits & Features
View this video to see firsthand the features that make the Essex Piano the best choice in its price range for anyone looking for a quality piano at an affordable price.
To find out more and view all of the available grand and upright models, visit http://steinwaypianodc.com/instruments/essex
Steinway & Sons - Now & Then
In 1853, German immigrant Henry E. Steinway founded Steinway & Sons in New York City with the goal of building the best piano possible. In the pursuit of that goal, he began one of the great American success stories.
Many things have changed outside the walls of the Steinway & Sons factory over the course of more than a century and a half, but most important things have remained exactly the same... Steinway pianos continue to be handcrafted with pride in New York City. Steinway & Sons continues to employ a skilled, local workforce that uses many techniques which have been passed down for generations in creating these magnificent instruments. The original vision and goal of Henry E. Steinway to build the best piano possible continues on as the goal and vision of many.
Inside the Steinway Factory w/ Kent Webb (Manager Technical Services)
Shueh-li Ong, founder of internationally renown electronic group Xenovibes, is taken on a personal tour of the birthplace of Steinway pianos by Kent Webb (mgr tech services.) This part 1 of a series of video snippets was taken at the factory in Astoria Queens.