Steinway & Sons is a famous piano company that was founded in 1853 by German immigrant Henry Engelhard Steinway in New York City. He and his sons developed the modern piano by making many innovations and improvements in piano design and construction. Steinway pianos have won many awards and patents, and are widely regarded as high-quality instruments.
Some of the models of Steinway pianos are:
Steinway also makes upright pianos, which are smaller and more compact than grand pianos. They have different models, such as the K-52, the V-125, the UH-132, and the Z-114.
Steinway has two factories, one in New York City and one in Hamburg, Germany. The New York factory supplies the Americas, while the Hamburg factory supplies the rest of the world. The pianos made in each factory have some differences in materials, design, and sound.