The We Are All Music (WAAM) Foundation, a central voice for music non-profits that supports causes in the Health & Wellness, Education and Underserved Communities, is thrilled to announce our partnership with Lindeblad Piano Restoration, the largest Steinway restoration facility in the United States.
Lindeblad, a family-owned business which has operated across 4 generations with a combined 300 years of master craftsman experience, has generously donated their expertise and over 300 hours in meticulous craftsmanship to restore a rare original 1932 Chippendale Steinway Grand M Piano to its historical accuracy and beauty.
This unique Steinway was generously gifted to WAAM by the Nelson family of Englewood, New Jersey. Comparable modern Chippendale Steinway grand pianos are in limited production and are valued at well over $100,000. The restored Steinway piano is now on display at Hudson Yards in New York City and will be showcased to the community through featured guest performances by notable musicians and representatives from local music nonprofits.
This magnificently restored WAAM Steinway piano will be auctioned this holiday season, with proceeds benefiting the We Are All Music Foundation. Delivery to the auction winner anywhere in the continental U.S. will occur in early 2022.
Together we will inspire, educate and promote positive change through the power of music!
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A Rare 1932 Chippendale Steinway Grand M Piano completely restored in 2021 by Lindeblad Piano Restoration is now open for bidding! All proceeds to benefit the We Are All Music Foundation and will support social causes in Education, Health & Wellness and Underserved Communities.Piano Auction Learn More About WAAM