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OHIO Steinway Campaign

OHIO Steinway Campaign

Sep 13, 2013


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The Ohio University School of Music has launched a major fundraising campaign to purchase a new Steinway concert grand piano for our Recital Hall stage that will replace an early twentieth-century instrument that is in serious disrepair. With our commitment to the highest artistic and pedagogical standards, this acquisition will provide current and future generations of Ohio University School of Music students, faculty, and visiting artists with a world-class instrument on which to perform. Furthermore, we acknowledge this instrument is a key ingredient in student recruitment and retention, and the continued elevation of the reputation of the Ohio University School of Music.

The Steinway piano is the standard of excellence for performers and educators around the globe.­ We invite you to partner with us as we endeavor to realize this critical goal. Your gift will make a difference!


To make a donation or to learn more about this campaign, please complete the pledge form included in the program and send to:

The Ohio University Foundation

PO Box 869

Athens, OH 45701-0869


To make your gift online, visit If you prefer to make your gift over the phone, have questions, or would like to discuss other giving opportunities, please contact David Johnson at 740-593-2632 or Thank you!



Giving Levels

Prelude ­- $1- $99

Waltz - $100 - $249

Nocturne - $250 - $499

Impromptu - $500 - $999

Scherzo - $1000 - $2499

Sonata - $2500 - $4999

Concerto - $5000 - $7499

Legacy - $7500 and above

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