Steinway’s smallest grand piano, Model “S,” shines as the brightest light among pianos of similar size. 5’1” in length, this piano is perfect for smaller rooms or venues where size is a concern but tone quality is of upmost importance. The “S” was first introduced in the 1930’s with the purpose of introducing the grandeur of the Steinway sound into almost any space.
Built in 1964, this piano grants one the opportunity to invest in a Steinway at less than half the current list price of the same model! Tonal quality is full and broad, surprisingly bold for a smaller grand. In addition, the cabinet has been restored, giving its finish a satin sheen.
It can be a challenge to locate a used Steinway “S” as it is one of Steinway’s rarer models. Priced at $24,900, this brilliant baby grand piano stands as a testimony of the durability, longevity and continued value of a Steinway piano.
On display at Schmitt Music, Edina.