OUR PIANOS

When it comes to bringing home the instrument that will make your music soar, nothing but the very best will do.
That's why at R. KASSMAN, we've spent over 40 years offering the most expansive selection imaginable of quality pianos to our fellow musicians living and performing throughout the Bay area and beyond. From the uniquely superior quality of a Grotrian, to the incomparable tone of a Steingraeber, to the universally renowned perfection of a Baldwin – and many more – our collection offers instruments of unparalleled historic and musical significance, positioned to fit every budget. Quality is a matter of exclusivity and perfection, and at R. KASSMAN we offer both. Feel free to make your appointment today and reveal our unrivaled selection of investment quality pianos.

Steingraeber Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Grotrian Pianos from R. KASSMAN
Grotrian For more than 150 years, German manufacturer Grotrian-Steinweg has been known for its dedication to pushing the forefront of piano innovation – and not only in terms of their own instruments, but for the craft as a whole. The Grotrian-Steinweg piano factory was built by Heinrich Engelhard Steinweg (later known as Henry Steinway after his emigration to the US where he founded Steinway & Sons) and Friedrich Grotrian. The Grotrian company is celebrated in the industry for fundamentally changing how pianos were constructed. From developing the first precise scale design, to the homogenous soundboard, to the star-shaped back construction, to the legendary upright model 120, Grotrian is regarded as a leading pioneer in the field of piano design and construction. Perhaps their most exciting innovation was the Grotrian Duo, which bridges two grand pianos under a single lid for dual or solo performance.
Bring home a piece of musical history with R. KASSMAN.
Our ever-changing selection of previously owned pianos is comprised of many of the most renowned instruments you'll find anywhere, such as Steinway, C. Bechstein, Yamaha, Kawai and most others. At R. KASSMAN, we thoroughly inspect every piano we offer in order to verify that each meets its original performance specifications, and our expert technicians routinely restore them to original condition. These meticulously refurbished instruments will bring a sound and aesthetic to your home that is nothing short of unique and majestic. See below to view our current selection of previously owned pianos. Keep in mind that our collection changes regularly, so to see our most recent acquisitions, visit out showroom in Berkley.

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