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Baldwin Pianos

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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.



An Imposing and Timeless Grand

There is excellence, and then there is perfection. The

Baldwin BP-211, 7' Semi-Concert grand is sheer perfection.

It not only makes a statement about you and your

musical standards, it also says plenty about what’s

really important in your life. The BP-211 features the

highest quality construction & unmatched performance

for today’s discriminating buyer. 


Over 6 Feet of Baldwin Grand Piano Beauty

and

Concert Sized Sound

At 6'3" in length, the BP190 becomes the focal point of a

room, while still maintaining full visual weight and

presence in a larger space, while delivering a sound

worthy of the largest grand, while retaining the full

presence and prestige of having a legendary Baldwin

grand piano. 


5' 10" Baldwin Studio Grand

The BP178 projects the full grandure of a full-sized piano,

while being right at home in your livingroom, music

room or studio. And, being a Baldwin Professional Series,

this grand easily delivers the sweet, singing tone you'd

expect from a much larger instrument, while retaining

the full impact of having a legendary Baldwin grand

piano in your home

 

5' 5" Baldwin Parlor Grand

Baldwin’s new professional BP165 is a mid-sized grand

styled to fit where a larger grand might overwhelm the

space. A grand piano naturally becomes the focal point

of any room, and if your space doesn’t stretch to a

full-sized grand, you'll want to fill it with the finest

piano built. The Baldwin BP165 offers unprecedented

value in its class. 


A Baldwin Baby Grand Piano with a Full Size Sound

If you always wanted a genuine grand piano of

unparalleled Baldwin quality, the new BP148 just might

be the answer to your dreams. 


Professionals call it the 'vertical grand.
You'll call it perfect.

If you’re looking for the voice of a concert grand in a

smaller upright body then look no further than

Baldwin’s B252. The B252 provides as much total

soundboard area as Baldwin celebrated R1 grand piano. 


Impressive Tone in a Versatile 49”  Studio Upright

The new BP5 boasts nearly as much soundboard area as

Baldwin’s celebrated R1 grand, to provide maximum

tonal depth with vertical convenience, while looking great

in the process. Whether you require a vertical piano for

use in the studio, orchestra, school or home, the BP5

offers professional Baldwin tone, looks and quality through

and through. 


49”  Professional Upright Piano in Polished Rosewood

The BP3 captures the timeless elegance of the grand

with its French-style leg, highly crafted polished rosewood

cabinetry, and grand-style lid prop.


A Versatile Upright Piano Performer Perfect for Any Situation

The new Baldwin BP1 upright piano, built from

top-quality materials and tonewoods that are standard

from Baldwin, at a price that makes it accessible to any budget. 


Best Selling Studio Upright Piano of All Time

The B243’s Full Blow™ Direct Stealth Action delivers an

exceptional touch, and its No. 1 bass string equals that

of Baldwin’s baby grand piano, delivering exceptional grand

piano-like tone.


Best Selling Studio Upright Piano of All Time

The B243’s Full Blow™ Direct Stealth Action delivers an

exceptional touch, and its No. 1 bass string equals that

of Baldwin’s baby grand piano, delivering exceptional grand

piano-like tone.


HARD ROCK MAPLE RIMS

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.

STRUNG BACK

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.

SAND CAST PLATE

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.

SOUNDBOARD

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.

BRIDGES & RIBS

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.

PINBLOCK

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.

ACTION

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.

KEYS & KEYBED

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

For more than 60 years, Baldwin has been honored to share the stage at a variety of orchestral and chamber music concerts, instrumental and vocal recitals, student performances, the Festival of Contemporary Music, and performances by both popular and jazz artists.

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

BALDWIN ARTISTS

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

Billy Joel - Miley Cyrus - Evanescence - Glee - Clay Aiken - Jimmy Amadie - Jon Ballantyne -Dave Brubeck - Richard Carpenter - Jo Ann Castle -Richard Danielpour - Ivan Davis -Dino - Peter Duchin - Charles Dutoit - Arthur Ferrante - Elliot Finkel - Stephen Flaherty - Ben Folds - Lukas Foss -Laszlo Gardony - Deborah Gibson - Mickey Gilley - Philip Glass - Arthur Hanlon - Sir Roland Hanna - Loston Harris - John Hicks - Andrew Hill - Joseph Holt -Dick Hyman - Jeff Jacobs - Wladimir Jan Kochanski - David Korevaar - Erich Kunzel -Michael John LaChiusa - Debra Lew Harder - Keith Lockhart - Jesas Lapez-Cobos - Tomy MacAlpine - Adam Makowicz - Richard Marx - Roberto McCausland - Dieppa - Marian McPartland -Rickey Minor - Max Morath - Patrick Moraz - Seiji Ozawa - Luciano Pavarotti - Maurice Peress - Alexander Peskanov - Popov & Vona - Virginia Raad - Steve Reich - Santiago Rodriguez - Pamela Ross - Diane Schuur - George Shearing - Bright Sheng - Bobby Short - Abbey Simon - Carly Simon - Stephen Sondheim - Robert Spano - Regina Spektor - Herbert Stessin - Billy Stritch - Robert Swan - John Tatgenhorst - Ronan Tynan - Veri & Jamanis - Rufus Wainwright - Earl Wild - John Williams - Aaron Copland - Per Allen - Wlhelm Backhaus - Bela Bartok - Count Basie - Harold Bauer- SirThomas Beecham - Leonard Bernstein - Jussi Bjrling - Jorge Bolet- Benjamin Britten - Emerson Buckley - Aaron Copland - Ernst von Dohnányi - Eddie Duchin - Bill Evans - Arthur Fiedler - Erroll Garner - Walter Gieseking - Alberto Ginastera - Eugene Goosens - John Green - Johana Harris - Natalie Hinderas - Jose Iturbi - Paul Jacobs - Serge Koussevitsky - Josef Lhevinne - Rosina Lhevinne - Liberace - Adele Marcus - Eduardo Mata - Darius Milhaud - Benno Moiseiwitch - Pierre Monteux - Charles Munch - Eugene Ormandy - Vladimir de Pachmann - Gregor Piatigorsky - Ezio Pinza - Francis Poulenc - Ottorino Respighi - Edwin Romain - Moriz Rosenthal - Max Rudolf - Leonard Shure - Sir Georg Solti - Igor Stravinsky - Soulima Stravinsky - Joseph Szigeti - Virgil Thomson - Werner Torkanowsky - Richard Tucker - Lawrence Welk - Mary Lou Williams - Teddy Wilson - Eugene Ysaye

 

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