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NEW YORK, NY (October 26, 2021) – Yesterday, Steinway & Sons made history with its first public Spririocast. During the Spririocast launch, Steinway Artist and Oscar®- Emmy®- and Grammy®- nominated composer Kris Bowers performed a short set at the Steinway & Sons Beverly Hills location, and his performance was enjoyed remotely, in real-time, in the recital room at Steinway Hall New York City, along with dozens of other locations around the country.Read More
The Pulitzer Prize–winning composer and Steinway Artist Tania León speaks to her identity as a global citizen.Read More
Steinway & Sons Teams with ABRSM to Bring Global Resources to Houston Music Community.Read More
Mumford & Sons’ Ben Lovett on New York City as creative
inspiration, working within and without the industry, his musical journey, and songwriting.
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ASTORIA, NY (December 1, 2020) – Steinway & Sons is pleased to announce the winners of the inaugural Steinway Virtual Piano Competition, an unprecedented opportunity for young pianists to showcase their skills and compete for national recognition and cash prizes. The largest virtual piano competition ever created, the 2020 Steinway Virtual Piano Competition ran through the first two weeks of November and welcomed participation by pianists ages 17 and under in the United States and Canada. More than 600 entrants competed in regional events, and over 1,800 participants vied for top prizes in the national competition.Read More
During the pandemic, Konstantin Scherbakov has completed his recording of Beethoven’s complete piano sonatas and has released them — digitally and now as a box set — on the Steinway & Sons label.Read More
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