Baldwin Piano Milestones
- 1862 - Founded in Ohio
- 1900 - Won Grand Prix Award
- 1939 - Baldwin Hamilton
- 2002 - New Stealth Action
- 2008 - Purchased by Gibson
- 2010 - New Professional Series
The flagship of the Professional Series, the BP-211 Baldwin Grand Piano is a contemporary adaption of the legendary Baldwin SF-10 Semi-Concert Grand Piano.
A modern reimagining of the legendary Baldwin L, the BP-190 brings American designs and 160-years of piano building experience into the Modern Age.
With a thunderous bass and pneumatic lid hinges, the BP-178 Baldwin Grand Piano is one of the most celebrated models in Baldwin's Professional Series..
Elegant and contemporary, the BP-165N Baldwin baby grand piano with nickel hardware makes a sophisticated addition to any size room.
It is easy to see why the BP-165 Baldwin baby grand piano is one of the most popular mid-sized baby grand pianos available on the market today.
Crisp and contemporary, the BP-148N Baldwin baby grand piano with nickel hardware makes a bold statement - both in tone and in decor.
The BP-148 Baldwin baby grand piano may be one the smallest baby grand pianos in its class, but - despite its size - it can produce an enormous sound.
A contemporary take on the famous Baldwin 6000 Professional Studio Upright Piano, the B-252 is Baldwins upright piano opus.
Perfectly designed for the rigors of institutional life, the BP-5 Baldwin Studio Upright Piano positively radiates quality, performance and durability.
The product of over 160 years of piano design, the BP-3T brings together all the elements of a fine performance upright at a price that few in its class can match.
The grand piano-style top lid (unique among upright pianos) adjustable artist bench and slow-close fallboard display Baldwin's "no-compromise" piano building ethos.
Easily the hottest selling 48-inch studio upright piano in its class, the Baldwin BP-1 offers the same features found in pianos twice its price or more.
Introduced in 1939, the Baldwin Hamilton Studio Upright Piano became the most famous upright piano in music history. This was the first school / church piano.
Since its introduction in 1936, the B-442 Baldwin Acrosonic Console Upright Piano has consistently remained one of the company’s most popular pianos.
Beautifully appointed in a simple, elegant French cabinet with an exquisite Cherry veneer, the B-342 is one of the most beautiful home pianos on the market today.