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Grotrian-Steinweg, recognized as Grotrian in the US, is a distinguished German manufacturer of high-end pianos. Situated in Braunschweig, Germany (also known as Brunswick), the company specializes in crafting premium grand and upright pianos.
The company traces its origins back to 1835 when Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg established the first Steinweg piano factory. In 1856, Friedrich Grotrian joined as a partner, and in 1865, his son Wilhelm Grotrian and associates acquired the factory, rebranding their pianos as successors to the Steinweg legacy.
Under successive generations of the Grotrian family, the company flourished into one of Germany’s premier piano manufacturers. Grotrian-Steinweg pianos gained acclaim among renowned pianists and received accolades at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago.
Grotrian-Steinweg expanded its operations, establishing an orchestra, concert hall, and sales rooms across several major German cities by 1920, and later in London as well.