Streicher, Johann Baptist

BORN 3 Jan 1796, Wien - DIED 28 Mar 1871, Wien
GRAVE LOCATION Wien: Zentralfriedhof, Simmeringer Hauptstraße 234, Simmering (Gruppe 32 A, Nummer 30)

Johann Baptist Streicher was the son of Andreas Streicher and Nannette Streicher-Stein. In the piano factory of his parents he learned to make piano's and in 1823 he became a partner in their company. After his parents both died in 1833 he became the owner of the company. It prospered and became well known all over the world. The piano maker Johann Bernhard Klems (1812-1872) was one of his students.

His first wife was Auguste André (1802-1847). Their son Emil Streicher ran the company after his death until he sold it to Stingl Brothers in 1896 after his own son Theodor didn't want to succeed him. On 7 January 1849 he married his second wife, the pianist Friederike Müller (1816-1895). He died in 1871 in Vienna.

• Father: Streicher, Andreas
• Mother: Streicher-Stein, Nanette


The grave of Johann Andreas Streicher and Nanette Streicher-Stein at the Zentralfriedhof, Vienna.
Picture by Androom (28 Aug 2014)


Johann Baptist Streicher – Wikipedia

Streicher-Stein, Nanette

Published: 20 Oct 2023
Last update: 20 Oct 2023