Steinway & Sons has a large library of resources spanning music education, administration, and performance.
Steinway & Sons has made our exceptional library of musical content available to all, absolutely free: watch performances across musical genres in wide-ranging locations; stream music from the entire steinway & sons label catalog; listen to our podcast on artistry and craftsmanship with distinguished musicians, artists and creatives; and read features from our award-winning online magazine.
In this episode of Soundboard, the Steinway & Sons podcast on artistry and craftsmanship, Steinway Artist Connie Han discusses her jazz influences and the importance of a jazz language we can all comprehend with Steinway’s Editor in Chief and Soundboard producer/host Ben Finane.Listen
Steinway Artist Ben Paterson performs “You And the Night And the Music” at New York City’s Steinway Hall. Paterson’s languid introduction to the jazz standard gives way to an infectious, forward-moving exploration, reveling wicked creativity and showcasing a smoothness around the Steinway.Watch
“If Música Callada represents Mompou's masterpiece,” notes ClassicsToday, “then this beautifully engineered disc must be its finest modern recording. It deserves a home in every serious piano music collection.” (Also available on Spotify here.)Listen
Igor Levit on improvising; his ‘very direct’ and personal sound; and his love for Frederic Rzewski, Marina Abramovic, and voices beyond the classical canon.
by Ben Finane
Partners and friends of Steinway & Sons are offering musical performances, discussions, and educational programming for free during this time. We are delighted to share this list of some of the best online programming in the music education space.Learn More
Without musicians, there is no music. During these difficult times, musicians around the world are without work due to canceled concerts — and need support.
Without musicians, we would not have music. To aid artists during these uncertain and difficult times, Steinway & Sons supports the MusicCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, which seeks to alleviate the enormous financial burden to those whose creative practices and incomes are being adversely impacted by the novel coronavirus. We encourage you to donate as you are able.
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