Robert Estrin - piano expert

What is Beyond the Steinway Vault?

If you love Steinway pianos, don't miss this video

In this video, Robert talks about the Steinway Vault. What is it?

Released on April 8, 2020

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Video Transcription

Hi, welcome to Living Pianos. I'm Robert Estrin here in our new studio in Mesa, Arizona. Today's subject is What is Beyond the Steinway vault? Well, quite a bit actually. Right here, we have something for you that's quite extraordinary. At first, what is the Steinway vault? You may have heard about this facility that Steinway built where they have some unusual Steinway pianos, and it's open by invitation only, and the price tags start at over $200,000. Pretty spectacular instruments, but here at Living Pianos, we've got a collection of historic instruments from Kenobi, Mason and Hamlin, Bosendorfer, and, of course, Steinways. Late models as well as restored vintage from the golden era, so there's a tremendous choice of pianos. More than that, right here, you have pianos that everyone can afford. And if this isn't enough for you, next door at Stilwell Pianos, our sister company, there's even more pianos for you.

Check out our new studio where we shoot videos of all these pianos for you. This is where it all happens. This is where the magic happens. Beautifully produced videos of the pianos, free delivery anywhere in the continental US. International delivery available as well. It's quite an extreme showroom. Here behind me is our wine bar. You get picked up in our Cadillac Escalade coming in from out of town. Or you can just play the high-quality videos and get an idea of what you like perusing pianos right in your own home.

This is what we've been doing since 2006, and now we're taking it to another level for you. Truly beyond the Steinway vault, unless you're one of the one-tenth of 1% and you get that invitation, all the power to you. Otherwise, you're welcome to come here by appointment seven days a week here in Mesa, Arizona. Again, I'm Robert Estrin here at, your online piano store.
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