You're invited to join us on the 10th of November at 7.00pm at Wigmore Hall to celebrate!

The event will be hosted by BBC Radio 3 presenter Petroc Trelawny. There will be performances by Steinway Artists, original archive footage, photographs, and interviews to bring The Steinway Story to life. All ticket proceeds will go to The Wigmore Hall Piano Fund.

Tickets are limited! Secure your seats here.


-Roman Rabinovich (Piano) J.S Bach, Selection from the Goldberg Variations

-Julian Joseph (Piano) Solo items

-Elisabeth Leonskaja (Piano) and Julius Drake (Piano) Schubert Fantasie in F min D940

-Fleur Barron (Mezzo)
and Julius Drake (Piano)
F Schubert – An mein Klavier
V Ulmann – Am Klavier
M Ravel – D’Anne jouant de l’espinette I Berlin – I love a piano

-Kathryn Stott (Piano) Cesar Franck, Prelude, Chorale and Fugue

Since 1853, Steinway & Sons has been committed to building the best piano possible, and the famous manufacturer marks its 170th anniversary with a special concert at Wigmore Hall. The story of Steinway & Sons will be told in an evening of music across the ages and through pictures, film, and artists’ personal stories, as well as performances from a number of leading Steinway Artists.