There are many reasons to come to Bayreuth, not the
least of which are the palaces and theaters of the 18th-c. Bayreuth Rococo. Steingraeber-Haus is a 1754 Rococo palace and remains unchanged to this day. With its salons, the grand piano
hall, piano exhibition rooms, small concert hall, gallery and Steingraeber court theater, Steingraeber-Haus is a lively cultural center during the summertime in Bayreuth.
Every customer is welcome at the Steingraeber & Söhne workshops, where he/she can experience firsthand the genesis of certain unique and specific qualities, select that special sound or
touch right on location in Bayreuth, have special needs incorporated into the design, take advantage of various patents, and/or contribute his/her own ideas.
Photo: Steingraeber's 1881 Parsifal bells for Richard Wagner