Quality goes in before the name goes on
Weber pianos are built by Young Chang craftsmen with every effort to foster and maintain the high standards set by Albert Weber in 1852 when he built one of the first grand pianos to withstand the rigorous demands of concert hall performance.
Shown below is the original logo and slogan of the Weber Piano Company from the early 1900s. The iconic Weber Piano Company was a piano manufacturing company based in New York City and East Rochester, New York from the middle of the 19th century through the beginning of the 20th century. It continued building pianos as a division of Aeolian American at East Rochester, New York until 1985 when Aeolian sold off all its companies. The Weber name and legacy was then acquired by Young Chang.