Klavierhaus was founded in 1993 by Gabor and Sujatri Reisinger in New York City.
The brothers became known in professional circles for their high quality craftsmanship and their collaborative approach to creating instruments according to the individual needs of artists.
As a result, their efforts have earned international acclaim from world-class performers as well as students, teachers, and music aficionados across all genres. Many of them found a friend in the brothers and a home away from home at Klavierhaus.

Today, the Klavierhaus legacy is continued under the direction of Sujatri Reisinger and the marvelous Klavierhaus team.


For the last 30 years, many of the world’s most important pianists have worked with us and performed on our pianos. The list includes Richard Goode, Sir Andras Schiff, Angela Hewitt, Garrick Ohlsson, Herbie Hancock, Simone Dinnerstein, Yuja Wang, Geri Allen,  Gyorgy Kurtag, Frank Kimbrough, Jeremy Denk and others.

Klavierhaus’ concert pianos have appeared on stage at venues such as the Perelman Performing Arts Center, Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, the Kennedy Center, the White House, Library of Congress, Jazz at Lincoln Center, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Whitney Museum of American Art.

We have worked with institutions worldwide including the Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz, Mannes College, The Cooper Union, the White House, the National Theater of Costa Rica, Columbia University, New York University, The Library of Congress, WNYC, the Flagler Museum, The Hotchkiss School, The Smithsonian Institution, The Caramoor Jazz Festival, Adelphi University, Brookfield Properties, the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office, the Vizcaya Museum and gardens and others.

Klavierhaus has been featured in the New York Times, House Beautiful, Architectural Digest, and the Robb Report.