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All- Steinway Initiative

The School of Music at Wayland Baptist University has embarked on an exciting journey to become an All-Steinway School. To earn All-Steinway designation, Wayland’s piano inventory must consist of Steinway and Sons, Boston or Essex instruments. With Phase III now complete The School of Music and the Friends of Music organization have their sights set on the fourth and final phase.

Phase I: total cost $154,000 (Complete)
Phase II: total cost $152,000 (Complete)
Phase III: total cost $154,000 (Complete)
Phase IV: total cost $171,137

(Cost includes covers, delivery, tuning and trade-in allowance)
Band Hall: Steinway Model B Grand Piano $75,572
Band Portable: Essex EUP 123EP $6,268
Jeannine Greene Studio #1: Essex Upright        $6,268
Jeannine Greene Studio #2: Essex Upright        $6,268
Muncy Faculty Studio: Essex Upright                    $6.418
UC Pete’s Place: Essex EUP 123EP $6.418
Initiative Total: $631,137 Remaining Total: $107,212


Wayland Friends of Music
School of Music
1900 W. 7th CMB 1286
Hope English

Hope English
Director of Donor Relations

1900 W. 7th CMB 1295

806-291-3430 Fax: 806-291-1954

Office: Trinity Building
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Did you Know?

In March 2012 Wayland entered into an agreement with Steinway & Sons of Dallas to begin the journey toward becoming only the sixth All-Steinway School in the state of Texas.

All donations made to this fund will help Wayland complete the initiative and become an All-Steinway School - a symbol of excellence that only 135 other collegiate institutions can claim.