Steinway & Sons was founded in 1853 by German immigrant Henry Engelhard Steinway in a Manhattan loft on Varick Street. Over the next thirty years, Henry and his sons developed the modern piano. They built their pianos one at a time, applying skills that have been handed down from master to apprentice, generation after generation, ever since. Steinway became the choice for ninety-eight percent of concertizing artists, none of whom are compensated to endorse the instrument. Every Steinway is built with experience decades in the making — by artisans who take pride and time to humanize a piano still made by hand, who strive for and achieve continuous innovation and improvement. Each Steinway, consisting of more than 12,000 individual parts, has its own musical character and is as unique as the individual who plays it.
To ensure that your Steinway is maintained with same attention to detail, Steinway & Sons is proud to offer aftercare service and piano tuning programs uniquely designed to keep your piano in impeccable condition.
Our network of Steinway-approved trained specialist technicians are as passionate about your instrument as you are. They use the very latest equipment and technology and their work is at the highest and most detailed level. With years of experience and specialized training, our technicians strive to ensure that your piano will always perform flawlessly.