The Department of Music at Faulkner University is partnering with the Rockley Family Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to support music education, to provide musical instruments for the University and community. Pianos will be sold at a significant discount from manufacturer retail pricing to initiate this valuable program, providing valuable resources and scholarship money for the music students.
A large selection of grands, baby grands, digital player grands, vertical (upright) pianos and digital pianos will be available. This event will feature starter to professional level instruments from such famous makers as Steinway and Sons, Yamaha, Seiler, Pramberger, Kawai 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. Moreover, in most cases, a substantial portion of your purchase is considered as a charitable contribution to the Rockley Family Foundation and may be TAX DEDUCTIBLE.*
BY APPOINMENT: You are invited to attend a special private sale on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, March 17-19, along with our faculty and staff. This will give you an opportunity to purchase with priority in selection and price reductions. To secure a time call: (334) 296-4036.
This event will be held on campus at the M.B. “Pop” Myers Fine Arts Building, 5345 Atlanta Highway, Montgomery, AL 36109. (The Fine Arts Building is located at the back right corner of campus, just in front of the football stadium.) Cleaning and social distancing protocols will be implemented to provide a safe environment for this sale. For directions and event details (including “virtual appointment” options) please call or visit: www.RockleyFamilyFoundation.org/Faulkner.
In a time when creative solutions are needed to maintain a properly equipped music program, this initiative is important to use in our efforts to further education in the arts. We invite you to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.
*You should consult with your own tax adviser to the individual deductibility of any contribution.