Schools demonstrate a commitment to excellence and an unparalleled educational experience by providing their students with the rich, unrivaled sound, incomparable tone, and pristine touch of STEINWAY & SONS pianos. These pianos inspire students to realize their artistic talents, and best prepare them to compete at the highest level in the professional world.
Since 1977, Steinway & Sons of Michigan has assisted local colleges, universities, and fine arts organizations with piano inventory management. Click the links below to learn more.
“The Steinway purchase for our district music programs is absolutely key in our desire to provide high-quality experiences for our students. We look forward to enjoying these fine pianos for many years to come.” – Andrea Oquist, Superintendent, Livonia Public Schools
PHILADELPHIA, PA – As a young prodigy, Ray Ushikubo dreamed of performing sonatas for piano and violin by himself – a feat the Curtis Institute of Music student not only accomplished with aplomb but exceeded in his expectations using Steinway’s Spirio | r technology.Read More
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – The Texas Lottery was not calling, but Dr. David Heller was about to strike institutional gold in the shape of a seven-foot Steinway grand piano. Alumnae Janet Dicke just finished reading an article in USA Today and phoned the chair of music, asking if he might be interested in a state-of-the-art Spirio | r for Trinity University...Read More
SAN JOSE, CA – As the first west coast embracer of Spirio | r technology, All-Steinway Valley Christian Conservatory of the Arts is entering an exciting realm of piano studies and performance in the Silicon Valley.Read More
LOOMINGTON, IL – Cyril Frevert so cherished his education at Illinois Wesleyan University that he wished for students to maximize their experience with nothing less than world-class pianos. After graduating in 1961, he went on to earn a master’s degree at Northwestern University and enjoyed a rewarding career as a teacher and church organist. Mr. Frevert passed away two years ago in Florida at the age of 79.Read More
WEATHERFORD, TEXAS – Brent Baker says he was “blown away” when he first experienced a Spirio | r and knew it could be a catalyst for the fine arts programs at Weatherford College. The executive director of the Weatherford College Foundation was in Manhattan for Steinway’s “Keys to Finding Funds” seminar. “When we came to New York, we had already decided to go ahead with our All-Steinway campaign, but the seminar was invaluable because we heard from other institutions and learned a great deal about what could work in our situation,” he notes.Read More
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