Steingraeber again proved his innovative power! The clever piano manufacturers from Bayreuth presented a Semi Concert Grand D-232 with the World’s lightest concert grand lid at Musikmesse trade fair 2014.
Aircraft material leads to a reduction of weight (recently 50% less) and thus enhances the lid’s ability to swing. Udo Steingraeber, owner of the family business, says: „This first prototype shows that we are able to emit even more sound to concert halls. We are constantly looking for ways to improve the sound. We want perfection.”
Golden Sounds in the Mystical Ground - Musical Instruments for Richard Wagner
From July 29th to January 2015 Steingraeber together with Musical Instruments Museum of Leipzig University shows this great exhibition.
In the Wagner anniversary year 2013 it could be seen in Leipzig, in 2014 it will exclusively be shown at Steingraeber Gallery. In 2013 it was a great success with a lot of enthusiastic visitors. Curator is Ms. Dr. Birgit Heise, Leipzig University.
The guided tours through Steingraeber House and the workshops are very popular. For people who want to remember their last visit or for whom are not able to visit Bayreuth, Steingraeber created a video of a guided tour.
The video goes along with great piano music performed by Cyprien Katsaris on 2 E-272 concert grands. See the video here...
Or do you want to navigate yourself through Steingraeber House? Then please try our virtual tour with many 360° photos.
A project of Prof. Jura Margulis und Steingraeber & Söhne Bayreuth
Steingraeber & Söhne now offers a revival of an old tonality. Jura Margulis, a German-American pianist of Russian extraction, was the catalyst who inspired Steingraeber & Söhne to seize upon this late eighteenth century concept and install it in a modern D-232 grand piano. He used this sound enhancer on his new Schubert CD which will be presented by Steingraeber and Margulis at Musikmesse.
The Sordino function can be released in different ways up to every each pianist, e. g. in a forth pedal, as kneelever or in the middle pedal, rendering the sostenuto pedal temporarily inoperative, as Jura Margulis designed it.. More...
Great concert at Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe. Article in the newspaper "Badische Neueste Nachrichten" published.
Tabea Zimmermann, Jörg Widmann and Hartmut Höll did an outstanding job at the Wolfgang-Rihm-Forum. The audience as well as the jounalist Isabel Steppeler were amazed. Read the article here (German).
"Klassik um Eins" is the name of the concert series by Hochschule für Musik „Hanns Eisler“ in cooperation with Mendelssohn-Gesellschaft e.V. The Steingraeber & Söhne grand piano C-212 will be played.
From January 9th to March 13th 2014, every Thursday at 13:00 h there are free concerts in the Mendelssohn-Remise, Jägerstraße 51, 10117 Berlin (U-Bhf. Hausvogteiplatz). Head of the series is Prof. Birgitta Wollenweber.
The Bayreuth piano manufacturer Steingraeber & Söhne developed a unique pedal for pianissimo playing: the „Mozart Pedal“ combines the classical "una corda“ with "Half Blow“ which reduces the key depth to 8 mm. Mozart played pianos with key depth ~ 6 mm. More innovations...
The Florida International Piano Competition (FIPC) recently announced a new partnership with Melbourne’s Atlantic Music Center to make the acclaimed Steingraeber piano the official piano of the FIPC.
Steingraeber pianos will be featured at FIPC events and concerts, including the highly anticipated 3rd Florida International Piano Competition, slated for January 2015, and beginning with Leonidas Lipovetsky’s “The Complete Beethoven Sonatas,” Series III concert, November 22 at the Lowndes Shakespeare Center, Orlando.
“Steingraeber pianos are renowned for their craftsmanship and innovative design advancements that still continue today. They are the perfect pianos to showcase our accomplished competitors and performers,” says Ellen Hamilton, CEO and Founder of the FIPC. more...
Steingraeber restored the 1927 Parsifal bells
This summer, the Bayreuth piano manufacturer Steingraeber & Söhne restored the historic 1927 Parsifal bells. The bells are part of an original, grand-piano-like instrument from the Bayreuth Festival. Thanks to advances in manufacturing methods, you can now hear them for the first time in many years. Hear the bells.
Our Press release: Parsifal bells for Richard Wagner
Steingraeber at MTNA National Conference: Steingraeber & Söhne pianos exhibited at 2014th National Conference of the Music Teacher National Association in Chicago, IL. This national conference brought in around 2,000 independent and college faculty music teachers, music students and family members from across the USA.
Way Beyond Wagner: New Schedule is ready with 116 events at Steingraeber
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and a Steingraeber E-272
Steingraeber deepens cooperation with China - Steingraeber & Söhne to sign a cooperatgion agreement with Pearl River in Beijing
Management Rejuvenates at Steingraeber Factory - The torch passes from Wolfgang Schäffler to Alexander Kerstan
Music Fair Frankfurt 2012 - The New Salon Grand is Actually a Chamber Music Grand
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