Baldwin has been America's Favorite Piano ever since company founder D.H. Baldwin vowed to manufacture the best piano that can be built over 100 years ago. From concert stages to recording studios to family music rooms, Baldwin Pro Series pianos continue to set the industry standard for innovative design, classic styling and outstanding performance.


Baldwin's commitment to the art of crafting quality vertical pianos has long been recognized by individuals who demand the best. Regardless of the genre, a Baldwin piano speaks the language of music with eloquence and passion. Golden tones ring with definition and authority. Keys respond to the most subtle command. No matter which Baldwin you choose, you'll own an instrument that is preferred by many of today's finest pianists, composers, conductors, symphony orchestras and performance venues.

  • American Scale Design - Providing a full robust tone

  • Hard-Rock Maple Rims - even in the Baby Grands

  • Solid Spruce Sound Boards

  • Radiating Ribs

  • German made Abel Hammers

  • German made Roslau Strings

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All Baldwin Grands feature Hard Rock Maple Rims. Using Hard Rock Maple gives a piano greater volume, enhance harmonics and more dynamic range. With very few exceptions all of the top-rated hand-built pianos use Hard Rock Maple Rims.


Baldwin pianos feature solid construction reinforced backs constructed of the finest materials. This enhances both the structural attributes of the piano and its sound characteristics, helping to produce full, rich tone.


Baldwin plates are made using a sandcast process which results in high-strength, stress-free castings. This sandcast process, combined with the use of premium iron ore, produces a plate that does not contribute unwanted resonance, thereby helping to create the classic Baldwin Sound.


To ensure a soundboard of consistently superior quality, Baldwin selects only the finest spruce available. A time-tested, traditional design contributes to the responsive character of the soundboard, providing outstanding tonal quality.


Baldwin bridges are constructed of solid maple. This design contributes to the sustaining tonal quality of the Baldwin piano. Ribs, crafted of premium spruce, are hand selected and matched to each soundboard for maximum stability.


Baldwin piano pinblocks consists of multiple plies of hardwoods. By alternating the grain direction of each ply, tuning pins are snugly held. Because the plies are joined with a waterproof adhesive, the integrity of the Baldwin grand pinblock is not adversely affected by humidity.


Consisting of more than 7,500 parts, theBaldwin action features the exceptionally responsive touch that professional players prefer. Baldwin only uses premium hammers to ensure world-class, note-to-note consistency and excellent tonal range.


Baldwin keybeds are constructed of cross-grained hardwoods. This design ensures long term dimensional stability. Baldwin keys feature all-hardwood reinforcement parts. Sharp keys have a refined radius for superb feel.

Baldwin Piano Venues

Since its gala opening nearly three decades ago, Baldwin has played a key role at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. Today, Baldwin pianos are used for a variety of orchestral, ensemble and choral performances at the Kennedy Center€™s Concert Hall, Opera House, Eisenhower Theater and Terrace Theater.

For more than 60 years, Baldwin has been honored to share the stage at a variety of Tanglewood€™s orchestral and chamber music concerts, instrumental and vocal recitals, student performances, the Festival of Contemporary Music, and performances by both popular and jazz artists. Through the years, Baldwin also has been the piano of choice for many of Tanglewood€™s visionary leaders. For more information about Tanglewood visit the BSOs website.

  • Algonquin Hotel €”- Oak Room
  • American Ballet Theatre
  • Aronoff Center for the Performing Arts
  • BAT Theatre Company, NYC
  • Belleayre Music Festival
  • Bernstein Education Through the Arts Fund
  • Boston Pops Orchestra
  • Boston Symphony Orchestra
  • Brevard Music Center
  • Brooklyn Academy of Music
  • Brooklyn Philharmonic Orchestra
  • The Bushnell, Hartford, Conn.
  • Canadian Opera Company
  • CBS Morning Show
  • Center Staging
  • Chicago Symphony Orchestra
  • Cincinnati Pops
  • Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra
  • City Center, NYC
  • Paula Cole - National Tour
  • Aaron Copland Foundation
  • Donny & Marie
  • Dallas Opera
  • Ben Folds Five - World Tour
  • Ford Center for the Performing Arts - NYC/Chicago
  • Fosse Broadway & National Companies
  • Gilmore International Keyboard Festival
  • Grand Ole Opry
  • Grand Palace Theatre, Branson, Mo.
  • Hit Factory recording studio (NYC/Miami)
  • Iridium Jazz Club
  • Jazz Aspen Snowmass
  • Joffrey Ballet
  • John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
  • The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn
  • The Late Show with David Letterman
  • Lincoln Center Library for the Performing Arts
  • Marian McPartlands Piano Jazz (NPR)
  • Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz
  • Montreal Opera
  • Montreal Symphony Orchestra
  • Museum of Modern Art
  • Music Theatre International
  • Natchez Opera Festival
  • New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
  • Opera Company of Philadelphia
  • Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal
  • Philadelphia Orchestra
  • The Piano Choir Riverbend Music Center
  • Diana Ross & The Supremes Tour
  • Ryman Auditorium
  • St. Peter€™s Church, NYC
  • St. Louis Opera
  • Santa Fe Opera
  • Second Stage Theatre, NYC
  • SESAC Sessions at West 54th (PBS)
  • Signature Theatre, Arlington, Va.
  • Tanglewood
  • The View (ABC)
  • Mel Tillis Theater
  • Town Hall, NYC
  • Tulsa Philharmonic
  • Village Vanguard
  • Lawrence Welk Theatre
  • Earl Wilds Grande Piano (WOSU Radio)
  • Wildwood Performing Arts Center
  • Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts


Baldwin€™s support of performing artists and institutions is a tradition which dates back to the early years of the 20th century. Today, our Concert & Artist Division, based in New York€™s Hit Factory building on West 54th Street, is the center for our international activities.

Baldwin Artists span all musical genres, from jazz to pop, classical to country. We€™re proud of the breadth and depth of our roster, which continues to grow.

Baldwin Artists are not paid for their endorsements.

Rather, their preference is a testimony to the performance characteristics of Baldwin pianos.

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