piano duo

-the timeless-piano-project-
Two extraordinary concert grands, one unique project: piano duo. Join us in this adventure...


Sometimes it is only in retrospect that one becomes aware of how everything began. Those brief, rare moments of pause and reflection when one searches for an explanation of one’s own amazement. And suddenly it becomes apparent that everything was meant to be, and that there are no coincidences just as there is nothing that is impossible…
piano duo: the timeless-piano-project


Read about current and timeless adventures of our two protagonists. Accompany us on our journeys up and down roads and staircases. Learn about the preliminary planning of a recording or a concert and witness the first encounters of our two heroes with famous artists. Travel with us across Europe and discover renowned concert halls and hidden places where you can still find tranquillity and peace. And if you like and enjoy travelling yourself, we might even meet in person. We would be delighted!


piano duo event highlights: A listing of all live concerts featuring our piano duo grand pianos. Perhaps piano duo will be playing near you soon?


piano duo forever: find all CD recordings performed on of our piano duo grand pianos. Complete with personal commentaries by the artists.


piano duo for everyone: artists’ comments and press coverage, interviews with project participants and the most exciting questions from our audience.


Keep up to date with the latest news: Find the latest information from the sections “on the road”, “concerts”, “recordings” and “views”.

Pierre-Laurent Aimard

Johann Sebastian Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier, second volume

States of longing, suffering and happiness

RONDO, the classical music & jazz magazine, celebrates Pierre-Laurent Aimard's "Schubert: Ländler" and the melancholy of "353018“...

"Pierre-Laurent Aimard can host my Schubertiads anytime!"

ClassicsToday.com celebrates Pierre-Laurent Aimard's "Schubert: Ländler" and awards two 10/10 scores...


Heide Braun

OP. 353018

The older of our two piano duo protagonists is a particularly precious concert grand piano: it was built between 1954-1956 and left the Hamburg Steinway factory on September 24th 1956...

Maria Grisebach

OP. 615313

The second principal performer of our piano duo project is 65 years younger than its experienced colleague, but no less fascinating and from the same dignified home...