Handmade in the USA
In 1853, German immigrant Henry E. Steinway founded Steinway & Sons in New York City with the goal of building the best piano possible. In the pursuit of that goal, he developed the unparalleled steinway piano and built a legacy that stands as one of the great American success stories. A century and a half later, the Steinway is still handcrafted with pride in the U.S.A.
Steinway Through the years
In 1836, Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg completed his first forte piano secretly in the kitchen of his house He would immigrate to America in 1850 with his sons to pursue a passion for tonal excellence and to create a more perfect piano. Three years later, he became Henry E. Steinway and founded Steinway & Sons. Today, Steinway pianos are still handmade exclusively in the Steinway New York and Hamburg factories, as they have been since 1880, because Steinway’s handcrafted methods result in instruments of the highest quality.