news

Annual piano and keyboard sale March 2

February 26, 2013, 2:34 pm
Facebook0Twitter0Google+0LinkedIn0

NNU’s Department of Music will have their annual piano and keyboard sale on Saturday, March 2, 10 a.m.–4 p.m., at NNU’s Brandt Center, 707 Fern Street. This sale is open to the public.

At the beginning of each school year, Kawai America Corporation provides new pianos to NNU’s Department of Music through an institutional program locally implemented by Dunkley Music. These instruments are loaned to the University free of charge; after only one year of use (to prevent deterioration), the pianos are offered to the public at bargain prices

Baby grands, grands, studios, consoles and quality digital pianos used by NNU as well as other teaching institutions in the area will be on sale. All institutional Kawai pianos carry a full ten-year warranty. These instruments were specifically selected for the institutional program and are meticulously maintained.

Also available is a selection of Steinway & Sons, Boston, Essex, Yamaha, Pearl River, Roland and other new and used pianos and remnants of institutional inventory. Special arrangements have been made through Dunkley Music for financing, delivery and warranty service.

To set up a private appointment for Friday, March 1, or for general information about the sale, contact Dr. Walden Hughes, NNU’s Department of Music, 867-7386.


Recent Articles

Highlights of commencement 2015

May 18, 2015, 2:04 pm
Family members and friends celebrated NNU’s 99th Annual Commencement Ceremonies on May…

TechKnow Summer Camps, presented by Discover Technology

May 18, 2015, 1:33 pm
Join us for a fun-filled week of learning and exploration July 20-24!…

NNU’s Summer English Institute, June 21- July 31

May 18, 2015, 12:03 pm
This is NNU’s fourth Summer English Institute when Korean college and Chinese…

A semester of service learning culminates with trip to Argentina

May 18, 2015, 11:34 am
Grhse for Argentina RESIZED  MAY 2015 A group of senior NNU engineering students are trading in their computers…

Search

  • Archive

  • Subscribe