A Special Event Supporting TCU’s PianoTexas


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The TCU School of Music and PianoTexas International Academy & Festival (PianoTexas) invites you to a special sale of starter to professional-level pianos and string instruments from Thursday, June 1 to Saturday, June 3, in Ed Landreth Hall and Auditorium. A large selection will be available from Yamaha, Bösendorfer, Stravari Fine Violins, Seiler, vintage Steinway & Sons and more.

The School of Music and PianoTexas benefit from first-class instruments provided by the Rockley Family Foundation, a non-profit organization supporting music education. These instruments will now be sold to continue and support the mission of PianoTexas, an arts organization that endeavors to bridge the gap between music professionals, students and the community.

PianoTexas was founded in 1981 during the sixth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition and is now an international music festival renowned for its world-class solo, concerto and chamber music concerts. The organization imparts musical and career insights to talented young pianists while presenting special programs for dedicated teachers and passionate amateurs. The PianoTexas International Academy & Festival is presented by the School of Music in collaboration with the Fort Worth Symphony Association.    

Tamás Ungár, professor of piano and PianoTexas founder.

Tamás Ungár, professor of piano and PianoTexas founder.

“In a time where creative solutions are essential to properly equip this world-class festival and academy, the continuation of this loan program is critical for us,” said Tamás Ungár, professor of piano and PianoTexas founder. “We invite you to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity.”

Learn more about the special event with Rockley Family Foundation.

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