There are over 55 Stuart & Sons pianos in existence. They can be found around Australia, North America, Europe and Asia. Stuart Pianos are owned by private individuals, institutions, colleges, recording studios and clubs.
Newcastle Art Gallery NSW, Australia
Commissioned by Art Gallery Foundation as an active work of art.
World Expo - Shanghai China Australian Pavillion 2010
Two 102 key pianos formed the backbone of the Pavilion's music program.
Lutheran College - Brisbane QLD, Australia
Concert Grand acquired for new concert hall in 2013.
Beleura House & Garden VIC, Australia
Purchased the Shanghai World Expo Concert Grand for their new music pavillion as confirmation and demonstration of Beleura's long association with Australian music history.
Government House - Sydney NSW, Australia
Commissioned in 2000 by the Australian Technology Showcase for the Ball Room of Government House Sydney.
Rowan Atkinson - Private Owner, England
Rowan Atkinson was intrigued and fascinated by the Stuart Piano innovations and commissioned the first 2.2m Studio Grand Piano in 2001.
Newcastle Conservatorium NSW, Australia
1995 acquired #1 and #2 Concert Grands. 2013 acquired the first 102 key Concert Grand Piano ever to be located in a public performance space.
Private Owners Auckland, New Zealand
Commissioned a Studio Grand in 2005 and another in 2014
Power House Museum - Sydney NSW, Australia
#4 commissioned for their collection and is on permanent exhibition as an outstanding example of Australian contemporary music craft.
Prof. William Chen - Private Owner Shanghai, China
First Stuart Piano in The Peoples Republic of China. Wayne Stuart servicing the piano under the watchful eye of Mr Chen's 2 year old son.