Piano Sale on William Jessup Campus
ROCKLIN, Calif., - For the first time ever, William Jessup University's Music Department will host a special piano sale on campus for alumni, faculty and patrons. The event is open to the public with no appointment necessary on Sunday, June 6 from noon to 5 p.m. in the university's Lecture Hall.
Earlier in the year, the university entered into a piano lending program with Walnut Creek based Music Exchange. As a result of the piano lending program, the university has agreed to host this event which offers significant savings.
The piano sale allows customers to purchase these fine pianos at the same institutional discount that will be offered to WJU alumni, faculty and staff.
Brands at the sale include Yamaha, Yamaha Disklavier, Clavinova, Bosendorfer, Wyman, and used Steinway, Kawai, Baldwin, and others.
The instruments are suitable for church and institutional use and include all sizes of grand and vertical pianos including professional upright and semi-concert grand pianos.
Music Exchange has the largest inventory of Yamaha pianos in Northern California, drawing on inventory located in their 18,000 square foot warehouse centrally located in Vacaville, CA. The 41 year old music store has six Northern California locations.
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