When people think of pianos, they think of Steinway and Sons. Since the 1850s, Steinway has been making a piano that has been considered by many to be the gold standard in musical instruments.  Names that grace the Steinway collection are Boston and Essex.


The Baldwin name is the most well-known as unsurpassed as one of the tried and true piano brands of all time. Named after Dwight Hamilton Baldwin, a famed music teacher, it stands for solid construction and dependable tone.  Other brands to bear the Baldwin pedigree are Cable, Chickering, Ellington, Hamilton, Haines Brothers, Estey, Knauss, Kranick & Bach, August Forster and Wurlitzer.


Kawai is known for great value.  Quality is often associated with expense. This does not always hold true. For over 60 years Kawai has been balancing quality with affordability, offering pianos to fit every budget and suit every taste.


Yamaha pianos rise above the rest for the most enjoyable playing experience for the money. Boasting over 100 years of innovation and tradition, this Japanese company has created some of the finest acoustical and digital instruments the world over.  Keeping in pace with technology, Yamaha offers many of their pianos with MIDI-capability making composing and learning the piano a truly interactive experience.


For over a century, Bosendorfer pianos has been considered one of the superlative piano luxuries in the world. Proudly crafted in Vienna since 1828, Bosendorfer is known for manufacturing the finest in grand pianos.  This is the piano kings and emperors desired.  Franz Liszt and Johann Strauss are on the list of admirers.


Since 1885, Schimmel pianos have been lovingly crafted in Germany. Known the world over for winning countless awards the proud tradition set forth by founder Wilhelm Schimmel lives on.  The family tradition of quality grands and uprights has been passed on through the generations, making Schimmel pianos one of the few family-owned and operated piano companies in the world.