“The Steinway piano, with its supreme craftsmanship, responsive touch and sonic richness, is in a league of its own. Unlike the machine-like homogeny of other piano brands, each Steinway possesses its own singular voice, personality, life force; there is something gloriously human about the myriad nuances inherent in each instrument. In my experience, a personal connection organically unfolds with every Steinway I have the privilege to explore. Playing a Steinway piano not only compels me to be more attuned to the sound world I create, but it ultimately empowers me with a sense of limitless possibilities, enabling me to access the expressive core of the music and to attain the pinnacle of inspired communication.”

Elizabeth Joy Roe

Hailed as “brilliant” (The New York Times), “an artist to be taken seriously” (The Chicago Tribune), and “impressive” (BBC Radio), Elizabeth Joy Roe has excited the classical music world with her electrifying performances and tireless efforts towards community engagement. She has appeared at prestigious venues and festivals across the globe, and performs regularly, with orchestras as well as in solo and chamber recitals. Roe conducts a successful recording career, receiving both critical and popular praise for her solo albums, the most recent of which — featuring the complete Nocturnes of John Field — was released in May 2016 on Decca Classics.
Roe, alongside fellow Steinway Artist Greg Anderson, is a co-founding member of the groundbreaking Anderson & Roe Piano Duo, whose concerts, compositions, social media presence, and Emmy-nominated music videos (viewed by millions on YouTube) have captivated audiences around the globe. She is committed to arts advocacy, and has performed and taught around New York City in as one of the inaugural fellows of The Academy — a program of Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and The Weill Music Institute. She considers it her mission to connect with others through the inspiration, joy and essential humanity of music.
Elizabeth Joy Roe has been a Steinway Artist since 2008.

Visit Steinway

Find a retail location to see a Steinway piano in person.

Find a Location
Contact Us

Have all your questions answered — by phone or email.

Our Newsletter

Keep abreast of Steinway & Sons in the news and the arts.

Stay In Touch