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.
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.
Each Boston soundboard is crafted of solid spruce, long proven to be the most resonant material available. Boston soundboards are also precisely tapered, which allows them to vibrate more freely. Add a number of special technologies—unique patents of STEINWAY & SONS—and the result is a powerful, sustained tone.
When you purchase a Boston, 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.
STEINWAY & SONS Senior Mechanical Engineer Susan Kenagy on how the Boston piano has inherited the STEINWAY DNA.
Leif Ove Andsnes performs Frédéric Chopin’s Ballade in G Minor, Op. 23, No. 1 on a Boston GP-215. Recorded for his album Chopin Ballades & Nocturnes.
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