Bosendorfer Piano Milestones
- 1828 - Founded in Vienna
- 1833 - Strauss buys a Bosendorfer
- 1838 - Franz Liszt Endorsement
- 1900 - Imperial Grand Introduced
- 1910 - Debussy Writes for Imperial
- 1977 - Oscar Peterson Endorsement
A full eight octaves in range, this instrument not only delighted Busoni, but it also inspired such immortal composers as Bartók, Debussy and Ravel to compose repertoire specifically for the Bosendorfer Imperial Grand Piano.
Evocative of the fluency and drama inherent in the human voice, the 280 VC Bosendorfer Concert Grand Piano's singing tone inspires awe around the World.
Spanning a tonal range both vast and intricate in form, the 225 Bosendorfer Grand Piano brings an entire orchestra of possibilities to the pianist's fingertips.
Featuring Bosendorfer's Vienna Concert technology, the 214 VC Bosendorfer Grand Piano is perfectly optimized to project a world of color into any musical setting.
An unbridled masterpiece of musical nuance, the 200 Bosendorfer Grand Piano is one of the most popular Bosendorfer grand pianos of all time.
Expressive and brilliant, the 185 VC Bosendorfer Grand Piano is the smallest in the Bosendorfer family to feature the new Vienna Concert technology.
Ludwig Bosendorfer drew up the first plans for this model in 1908 - making this one of the oldest (current) piano models in the World.
Beneath the lines of the 130 Bosendorfer Upright Piano's hand-polished ebony finish lies an exquisite amalgam of Viennese Craftsmanship and European timber.
The streamlined 214 VC Conservative Series Bosendorfer Grand Piano is optimized to project a world of color into any musical setting.
These pianos were created to appeal to young talents, music schools, churches and conservatories where a more economical instrument is needed.
Without compromising the instruments' iconic tone and touch, Bosendorfer designed these pianos with simplified cabinets and a standard ebony satin finish.