Company Overview of Steinway & Sons
Steinway & Sons designs and manufactures pianos. It offers grands, uprights, and high resolution player pianos. The company also provides SPIRIO application that connects users to various performances and brings the piano to life. It serves concert artists, pianists, composers, and performers worldwide. Steinway & Sons was founded in 1853 and is based in Long Island City, New York. It has retail locations in London, United Kingdom; San Francisco, California; New York, New York; Tokyo, Japan; Shanghai, China; and Hamburg, Germany. Steinway & Sons operates as a subsidiary of Conn-Selmer, Inc.
1 Steinway Place
Long Island City, NY 11105
Founded in 1853
Key Executives for Steinway & Sons
Chief Executive Officer of Steinway Musical Instruments
President of Steinway & Sons-Americas
Director of Marketing & Communications
Vice President and Controller
Vice President of Global Strategic Technology
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Steinway & Sons Key Developments
Steinway & Sons Opens Steinway Hall
Apr 11 16
Steinway & Sons announced the unveiling of the company's new global, Steinway Hall at 1133 Avenue of the Americas. Opening in midtown Manhattan, the two-level retail and performance space has been designed by the internationally Selldorf Architects.
Steinway & Sons Launches Heliconia
Dec 28 15
Steinway & Sons has launched Heliconia, a new piano designed in collaboration with French crystal maker Lalique. Heliconia is the fruit of an extraordinary collaboration between two outstanding luxury brands, each committed to the high quality and craftsmanship. Their shared quest for perfection make Steinway & Sons and Lalique the ideal partners. Both have been shaped by a long and close relationship with the arts and subsequently, share the sheer joy in creating something beautiful for generations to come. Their collective passions and values are apparent throughout their work, most notably in their shared philosophies on craftsmanship and history. To build an instrument combining the best of Steinway & Sons with the best of Lalique, the designers decided to work with a signature motif from the Lalique archives: the Heliconia flower, originally created by Marie-Claude Lalique, granddaughter of Rene Lalique. The 75 Lalique crystals that decorate each piano are all pressed, fashioned, cut, engraved, polished and signed at the Lalique factory in Alsace; each crystal is then carefully placed on every individual piano at the Steinway factory in Hamburg. The design of the Heliconia flower is a combination of crystals and metal incrustations and can be found on the lid, the legs and the case of the piano. The result is a beautiful piece of art, which showcases Lalique's signature of contrasting clear and frosted crystal finishes. Available in black or white as grand pianos, the translucent Heliconia crystals seem to be suspended on a stem of silver. The piano will be available at authorised Steinway dealers.
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