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SPIRIO | r Model M
SPIRIO | r Model M
SPIRIO | r Model M
SPIRIO | r Model M

Steinway & Sons

SPIRIO | r Model M

$121,300.00

The STEINWAY SPIRIO| r is the world’s finest high resolution player piano capable of live performance capture and playback. A revolutionary blend of artistry, craftsmanship, and technology, SPIRIO | r provides powerful new tools of expression and new ways to access, share and experience performance — enriching connection and intimacy.

SPIRIO | r stores and plays music and videos directly from the instrument, with immediate response and uninterrupted playback. SPIRIO | r captures the most nuanced musical
passages, precisely reproducing the loudest, softest and fastest notes.

Complimentary iPad Pro included

At 5' 7" (170 cm) in length, this piano's rich tone, responsive action and manageable size makes it perfect for conservatories, and many homes as well.

Introduced in 1911, the popular Model M was for many years the smallest Steinway grand piano in production. Today, at just under 5' 7" in length, the Model M continues to embody the immutable tone and hand-crafted quality found only in Steinway pianos, but in a size that smaller rooms can accommodate.

Key product features

Key product features

• First and Foremost a STEINWAY grand piano

• Live Performance Capture

• State-of-the-art High Resolution Playback

• Play | Record |Edit | Listen

• Save & Share User-Created Recordings in Spirio High Resolution, MIDI & MP3

• Recordings indistinguishable from live performance

• 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.

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.