Steinway & Sons K
Introduced in 1903, the Steinway Model K features a larger soundboard than many grands, for a more resonant voice.
- Dimensions: 132cm (h), 154cm (w), 67cm (d)
- Weight 273kg
- Finishes: Ebonised satin, ebonised high gloss, mahogany high gloss, walnut high gloss
- Pedals: 3: soft, sustaining, full sostenuto. Heavy, solid brass
- Made in: Germany
- PRICE: £39,230
Introduced in 1903, the Steinway Model K features a larger soundboard than many grands, for a more resonant voice. It is the choice for professional players seeking an upright instrument, and well-suited to all sizes of homes and apartments.
Since 1853, Steinway & Sons pianos have set an uncompromising standard for sound, touch, beauty and investment value. Handcrafting each Steinway requires up to one full year, and the resultant creation is an instrument of rare quality and global renown. Not surprisingly, Steinway remains the preferred instrument of concert artists, as well as countless pianists, composers, and performers around the world.
Modern Steinway & Sons pianos are still distinguished by founder Henry E. Steinway’s guiding principle: ‘Build the best piano possible... Make no compromise in quality.’ Where some have substituted mass-produced, synthetic components to speed piano production or reduce costs, Steinway applies technologies and new materials only when they provide proven enhancements in the piano. Compromise quality, and you risk the sound, the touch, and ultimately, the integrity of the instrument.
Today, Steinway remains at the helm of piano innovation. Over the past decade, the company’s improvements in craftsmanship and technology have resulted in greater precision, greater uniformity of touch and greater sound quality, ensuring that today’s Steinway is the finest Steinway yet.