The Steinway designed Boston Piano — long unrivaled in its class and unmatched in value — has been significantly enhanced with the introduction of the new Performance Edition. The Boston Performance Edition features improvements in materials, specifications, and performance never before seen in the mid-price range.
ABOUT BOSTON PIANO
Responsiveness. Precision. Intuitive grace. A superior musical instrument can be recognized by the
degree to which it allows the player to express vision without interference — with nothing coming
between the fingers on the keyboard and the music in the air.
Such is the experience of playing a Boston. Designed by STEINWAY & SONS, employing the unique patents and expertise that have made the name STEINWAY synonymous with excellence, the Boston line of grand and upright pianos represents a singular achievement in instrument building: a superior playing experience at a price level never before thought possible.
Whether dazzling an audience, woodshedding in the practice room, or exploring the joy of music at home, the Steinway-designed Boston brings genuine world-class tone and responsiveness within reach.
DESIGNED BY STEINWAY
No matter your level of skill or your musical goals, STEINWAY–DESIGNED pianos offers an instrument
to match to your needs. From our flagship STEINWAY MODEL D — the best piano in the world, to the
BOSTON Performance Edition for the serious student, to the ESSEX studio upright — STEINWAY & SONS
has an instrument for everyone.
Thanks to its STEINWAY pedigree, the Boston sounds better, plays better, and lasts longer than other piano in its price range.
BOSTON & THE STEINWAY DNA
STEINWAY & SONS Senior Mechanical Engineer Susan Kenagy on how the Boston piano has inherited the STEINWAY DNA.
"What sets Boston Pianos apart is that they really sing when you play them and give you the sound you want."—Matthew Maimone Music, graduate of The Juilliard School, singer/songwriter and American Idol golden ticket holder.
Boston Performance Edition – 33 Features of Distinction
Boston’s innovative “wide tail” design permits a 5'10" Boston grand the same soundboard area as a typical 6'2" grand piano, creating the power, richness and feel of playing a much larger instrument.
When you purchase a BOSTON piano, you may trade in the instrument within ten years of the date of purchase to receive 100% of the original purchase price toward a new STEINWAY grand.
ALL-STEINWAY SCHOOLS demonstrate a full commitment to excellence by providing their students and faculties with the best instruments possible for the study of music. That is why the only pianos owned by the institutions listed here — from the practice room to the recital hall — are designed by STEINWAY & SONS.