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Rent a Steinway Grand Piano.
Spend a year with a legend.  The Steinway experience, made very affordable.
Many people dream of playing a Steinway, yet assume that dream to be impossibly out of reach, since a new Steinway grand typically costs between $50,000 and $150,000.  Now, with an innovative small program through Renaissance Piano Service, you can rent a Steinway at a fraction of the cost of owning one.  Many people will rent for one year, at which point they feel inspired by their playing enough to shop for their own grand piano in a price range they find affordable.  Some continue to rent for 2 to 5 years, though, finding it still much more affordable than owning a Steinway.  Just as some people prefer to lease cars instead of buying them, renting a Steinway is the perfect solution for some folk.
Because of the challenges of locating Steinways which I can rent out affordably, I have extremely limited quantities.  Serious inquiries only, please.  If I have no pianos available when you contact me, I will be happy to put your name on a waiting list.  Email me here.
Steinway grands for rent
Steinway Model AII, 6' 1". Rental is $450/mo.  Played and signed by the great Josef Lhevinne.  This piano has just returned from a year-long rental, and is ready to grace some fortunate person's home!
Steinway Model O, 5' 10.5".  Rental is $390/mo:
Steinway Model M, 5' 7".  $370/mo.  Please contact me to reserve this piano.
Other fine grand pianos for rent
Steinway Upright Piano, Model 1098, Mahogany.  Rents for $290/mo

Mason & Hamlin Model A 5' 8 1/2", $290/mo.
The Model A is widely considered to be the world's best grand piano under 6 feet. Yehudi Menuhin wrote: "Among all pianos none compares with the Mason & Hamlin in beauty and grace of tone, or in mellowness and softness and yet in bigness, or in anything that a sensitive . . . piano should have." Now you can enjoy a legendary piano for a fraction of the cost of owning one (A new Mason of this size retails at $45,000).