The Steinway grand is the gold standard of musical instruments, representing over 160 years of dedication to craftsmanship and uncompromised expression. It is for these reasons that over 19 out of 20 concert pianists choose the Steinway grand — and why the instrument remains at the heart of cultured homes the world over.
The new Steinway & Sons Spirio is the world's finest high resolution player piano. A masterpiece of artistry and engineering in your home, Spirio enables you to enjoy performances captured by great pianists — played with such nuance, power and passion that it is utterly indistinguishable from a live performance.Learn More on steinway.com
At 8' 11¾" (274 cm) in length, this majestic musical instrument — the pinnacle of concert grands — is the overwhelming choice of the world's greatest pianists and for anyone who demands the highest level of musical expression.Learn More on steinway.com
This magnificent 6' 11" (211 cm) grand piano is often referred to by pianists as “the perfect piano.” It is a wonderfully balanced and versatile instrument that does extremely well in refined homes, teaching studios, and mid-sized venues and is also available as a Steinway Spirio, the world’s finest high resolution player piano.Learn More on steinway.com
At 6' 2" (188 cm), the Model A is known for delivering a “grand” sound in a medium-scale instrument. This grand offers power and warmth, with a design that allows the solid spruce soundboard to freely and efficiently resonate, like its larger counterparts.Learn More on steinway.com
At 5' 10¾" (180 cm), the Model O is the largest of Steinway’s “small grands.” This piano is large enough to satisfy those who demand a full, rich sound, yet sized to fit in almost any home.Learn More on steinway.com
At 5' 7" (170 cm) in length, this piano's rich tone, responsive action and manageable size makes it perfect for conservatories, and many homes as well. The Model M is also available as a Steinway Spirio, the world’s finest high resolution player piano.Learn More on steinway.com
At 5' 1" (155 cm), this piano is the smallest of the Steinway grands. This design was introduced in the 1930s to invite the majesty of the Steinway sound into nearly any space.Learn More on steinway.com
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