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Spirio Model B
Spirio Model B
Spirio Model B
Spirio Model B

Steinway & Sons

Spirio Model B

$142,800.00

The STEINWAY & SONS SPIRIO is the world’s finest high resolution player piano. A masterpiece of artistry and engineering in your home, SPIRIO enables you to enjoy performances captured by great pianists — played with such nuance, power and passion that they are utterly indistinguishable from a live performance.

This magnificent 6' 11" (211 cm) grand piano is often referred to by pianists as “the perfect piano.” It is a wonderfully balanced and versatile instrument that does extremely well in refined homes, teaching studios, and mid-sized venues.

The origin of the Model B dates to 1871 with the development of the Steinway 85-note Style 1 grand piano. Modified and renamed the Model B in 1878, it has enjoyed unrivalled renown as a performance instrument in countless venues from the teaching studio to the recording studio, and the concert hall to the home. Today the Model B represents the second largest concert grand piano handcrafted at the Steinway factory in Astoria, Queens.

Key product features

Key product features

• First and Foremost a STEINWAY grand piano, with the same quality and craftsmanship that goes into every single instrument STEINWAY produces.

• High Resolution Playback System.

• World Class Music Library – at the touch of a button listen to thousands of performances from the world’s most renown artists including historic performances by STEINWAY IMMORTALS such as Duke Ellington, Art Tatum and more.

• Music library updated with hours of new music monthly.

• All genres of music available including classical, jazz, pop, contemporary, holiday & more. Listen to everything from Beethoven to Billy Joel.

• Recorded by over 1,700 STEINWAY ARTISTS.

• Recordings indistinguishable from live performance.

Brand story

Brand story

Whoever said “they don’t make them like they used to,” clearly hasn’t been to the Steinway factory in Queens, New York. Here Steinway are still handcrafting with pride - and still making their pianos with the same meticulous care now as they did then; one at a time, applying skills handed down from master to apprentice, from generation to generation.