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Instruments for Advancing Students

“How well you play the piano depends very much on the piano you play.” – John Steinway

Last year, 97% of the pianists who stepped on stage with major symphonies worldwide chose to play on a piano from Steinway.
A high quality upright or grand may be required to develop more advanced skills. The most important considerations when searching for a piano are…

  • The quality of its design, materials and workmanship
  • Dynamic range
  • Sustain length
  • Variations in tone color
  • Tuning stability
  • Even balance and touch
  • Durability
  • Investment potential
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Selecting Your Piano

There’s a lot to consider when investing in a professional piano. At Steinway, our staff of degreed musicians, teachers and performers are uniquely qualified to assist with questions regarding touch and tone.

All About The Trade-In

If the piano you are playing won’t allow you to reach your full potential, you may want to consider trading up. The question most frequently asked is, “if I upgrade, will I be able to trade in my instrument?” Let’s start a conversation about your expectations for a more advanced piano. Tell us about the piano you want to trade in so we can determine its value.

What Teachers Have To Say About Grand Pianos …


Contact Us

  • Steinway Piano Gallery of Detroit
    2700 E. West Maple Road
    Commerce Township, MI 48390 (M-5 & Maple road, just west of Haggerty)
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