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.
Steinway & Sons uprights are handcrafted to the highest standard of quality in the same factory as our grands, using the same materials, techniques, conditioning processes and craftsmen. The only difference is that they’re built in the “vertical department,” where those same processes are vertically oriented. The result is the world’s finest upright, living up to the Steinway & Sons name in every respect. Our uprights take advantage of myriad patented features and processes, including our Diaphragmatic soundboard, Accelerated Action and Hexagrip pinblock.
Steinway has collaborated with some of the most notable artists and designers of our time to create a special series of Steinways that re-imagine 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.
Your Steinway can be the perfect expression of you. Whether it’s a subtle difference, such as the all-silver hardware of the Sterling Steinway, or a more eye-catching statement, such as a Red Pops Steinway, we invite you to find a Special Collections Steinway that best suits your home and your style.
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.
At 8′ 113/4” (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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Introduced in 1903, this model features a larger soundboard than many grands, for a more resonant voice. The choice for professional players seeking an upright instrument — and perfect for all sizes of homes and apartments.
Unlike other manufacturers that mass-produce their uprights, Steinway & Sons uprights are handcrafted in the same factory as our grands, using the same techniques, conditioning processes, and craftsmen. The result is the world’s finest upright, living up to the Steinway & Sons name in every respect. Our uprights take advantage of over 125 patented features and processes, including our patented Diaphragmatic soundboard, Accelerated Action and Hexagrip pinblock.
Inspired by the designs of famous 18th-century craftsmen, the classic simplicity of this upright will enhance a room decorated in any furniture style. The Sheraton is sometimes referred to by its model number — 4510. Height 45″ (114cm).
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.
Steinway 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.
Timeless and beautiful — the Heliconia designed by Lalique from Steinway 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 and the distinguished French glassmaker Lalique’s mutual pursuit of perfection provides the ideal foundation for partnership.
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.
The Arabesque was created with renowned furniture designer Dakota Jackson in honor of Steinway’s 160th anniversary. The stunning Arabesque is a Limited Edition with a unique and innovative design approach.
The Steinway Crown Jewel Collection is an exclusive series of spectacular instruments that feature particularly fine veneers. High-quality Mahogany, Walnut, Kewazinga Bubinga, East Indian Rosewood, Macassar Ebony, and other veneers are available.
When Steinway & Sons was founded in 1853, our standard hardware was nickel — a trend that continued through the 1920s. In 1928, following design trends of the day, the hardware on Steinways changed to brass, which has been the standard since. Now, Steinway offers a piano style that is both modern and a throwback — the Sterling Steinway.
The dynamic Onyx Duet Steinway has a dual personality, with an all-ebony finish on the exterior and stunning Macassar Ebony — also known as French Rosewood — on the underside of the lid and inner rim. The effect is pure East Indian elegance, with fine grain markings juxtaposed against a classic ebony finish.
The Steinway Pops Collection offers a fresh take on a revered classic. Vibrantly colorful accents breathe character into an ebony grand. A rainbow of color choices make this special-collection Steinway an exciting choice to express personality, individuality, and style. Custom colors may be special ordered.
The elegance of 18th-century France is reproduced in this delicately hand-carved instrument made of beautiful walnut wood in the rare Louis XV carved style, including the legs and molding. Even the top lid of the piano is scalloped in beautiful detail. Length: 5’7″ (170 cm)
This special-collection Steinway is a prime example of the Chippendale furniture style with the famous “Ball & Claw” style leg and foot, with all the grace and distinction of design made famous by Thomas Chippendale, master cabinetmaker of 18th-century England. Handcrafted legs and lyre. Length: 5’7″ (170 cm)
The Steinway Chinoiserie treatment can enrich the profile of any satin-finish Steinway grand. This delicate artistic style features whimsical imagery of Chinese landscapes and motifs with a look that evokes Chinese porcelain and unmistakable Eastern grace.