The Baldwin Piano Company is an icon, and a true American classic. Since 1857, the company has been building pianos with a distinctive tone all their own, the result of many years of innovation, with steadfast adherence to D. H. Baldwin’s initial goal; to build “the best piano that could be built”.
This insistence on excellence gave the company a solid start, which continued through the early 20th century as they became one of the most prolific piano manufacturers in the world. In the year 1900, The Baldwin Model 112 won the Grand Prix at the Exposition Universalle in Paris, the first American-built piano to ever win such a prize. By 1913, Baldwin was exporting their American-built pianos to 32 different countries, and had numerous retail locations all throughout the United States.
Ray Charles, Liberace, Dave Brubeck, and Leonard Bernstein; just a few of the many artists who have chosen Baldwin as their own. For over 150 years, the most discriminating of artists and institutions all over the world have chosen the Baldwin piano as their instrument of choice. No other instrument offers the hallmark stability of a Baldwin instrument, a trait which has become synonymous with the name.
Baldwin produces concert-quality instruments from home, church, and institutional settings. Their offerings come in a variety of sizes in both grand and upright format.
Baldwin Upright Pianos
- B-342 (43″ french provincial console)
- B-442 (43″ traditional console)
- BJ-120 (47″ studio upright)
- B-243 (47″ institutional studio)
- BH-122 (48″ studio upright)
- BJ124 (48″ upright w/french legs)
- BH125 (49″ studio upright)
- B49 (49″ professional upright)
- B252 (52″ concert vertical)
Baldwin Professional Series Grand Pianos
- BP-148 (4′ 10″ length)
- BP-152 (5′ 0″ length)
- BP-165 (5′ 5″ length)
- BP-178 (5′ 10″ length)
- BP-190 (6′ 3″ length)