The Music Program of Seton Hall University has had the use of new first-class pianos on a no cost basis for the 2017-2018 year. This ongoing arrangement is provided through a partnership with the Rockley Family Foundation, recognized by the I.R.S. as a 501(c)(3) organization.* These instruments, instruments provided to other institutions and instruments made available by our manufacturing partners, will be sold to perpetuate this valuable program and provide support for the music program at Seton Hall.
A selection of grands, baby grands, digital player grands, vertical (upright) pianos, digital pianos, keyboards and orchestral string instruments will be available from such famous makers as Pramberger, Seiler, Baldwin, Yamaha, Knabe, Roland, Stravari Fine Violins with a discrete selection of used Steinway & Sons pianos, and many others. Most instruments are less than one-year old, include a new factory warranty, are tuned, and ready to go. Delivery and special no-interest financing is available on site.
There are two ways to view and purchase:
- BY APPOINTMENT: You are invited to attend a special "pre-sale" on Thursday, March 8, Friday, March 9 and the morning of Saturday, March 10, along with our faculty and staff, prior to admission of the general public. This will give you an opportunity to purchase with priority in selection and price reductions. To secure a private appointment time call: (973) 275-2966
- You may attend the final sale day on Saturday, March 10, from 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. without an appointment.
This event will be held on campus in Corrigan Hall (near Ward Place gate). Free parking is available in the Parking Deck. For directions please call or visit: www.RockleyFamilyFoundation.org/SetonHall
In a time where creative solutions are needed to maintain a properly equipped music program, the continuation of this loan program is vital to us in our efforts to further education in the arts. We invite you to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.
***If a portion of the purchase price is considered a charitable contribution to the Rockley Family Foundation, used to support the Seton Hall University music program, the deductible portion would be limited to the excess of the amount paid over the fair market value at retail of the goods purchased. You should consult with your own tax advisor as to individual deductibility.***
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