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Historic Steinway Unveiling Concert

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Presented by USF School Of Music at USF Concert Hall, Tampa FL

Jan 19 2020
Historic Steinway Unveiling Concert

A rare 1973 Steinway & Sons Indiana Black Walnut Concert Grand, newly refurbished by the The Music Gallery in Clearwater, will be unveiled at a special USF dedication performance featuring International Steinway Artist Rebecca Penneys.

One donation leads to another.  An anonymous donation to the University of South Florida (USF) of a limited edition Steinway & Sons 1973 Indiana Black Walnut Concert Grand Piano in need of refurbishing received the gift of new life thanks to a $35,000 donation from St. Pete-based and International Steinway Artist Rebecca Penneys, founder/director of the acclaimed Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival (RPPF) at USF.

On Sunday, Jan. 19th, this rare 1973 Steinway & Sons Indiana Black Walnut Concert Grand, newly refurbished by the Clearwater-based Steinway dealer, The Music Gallery, will be unveiled at a special historic concert hosted by the USF School of Music and featuring Penneys at the USF Concert Hall at 2 p.m. The replacement value of this instrument is $247,000.

The newly acquired unique Steinway instrument matches USF’s commitment to the Steinway brand. In 2011, the USF School of Music became a prestigious All-Steinway School, giving USF faculty and students the opportunity to create music from practice room to stage on exclusively Steinway pianos. The total number is 92 with the new addition of the 1973 Concert Grand. All the Steinways were all acquired through the Music Gallery, the exclusive Steinway & Sons dealer of Tampa Bay.

ADMISSION INFO

COST:

$5/student

$10/senior and active military

$15/general admission

Includes post-concert stage preview of the restored Steinway and reception in the USF Concert Hall lobby and meet and greet with USF President Currall, USF Vice President for Global Advancement Dr. Cheyenne Currall, School of Music Director Dr. Karen Bryan, USF School of Music faculty and administration, International Steinway Artist Rebecca Penneys, and all the technicians involved in the restoration process.

TICKETS:

www.ticketmaster.com or call 813.974.2323. Tickets may also be purchased at the USF Box Office in the School of Music Concert Hall (3755 Holly Drive, Tampa, FL 33620) starting Jan. 14th through Jan. 19th.

Contact: 813.974.2323

Email: rebeccapenneys@mac.com

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LOCATION

USF Concert Hall

3755 USF Holly Drive, Tampa, FL 33620

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