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PIANOS: SU IS ON ALL-STEINWAY PATH
Reprinted with permission fromWinchester Star
By Rebecca Layne
To be a great musician, you need a great instrument.
That's the message Shenandoah Conservatory Dean Michael Stepniak had for the audience in Ruebush Hall Friday.
SU wants to go 'All Steinway'
Northern Virginia Daily
By Alex Bridges -- firstname.lastname@example.org
WINCHESTER -- Shenandoah University wants its conservatory to go "All Steinway."
Officials on Friday announced the university has started a $3 million campaign to seek the designation -- bestowed on only six other conservatories in the United States.
Shenandoah University Now Seeking to Become an 'All-Steinway School'
WHAG, Hagerstown, Md.
By Alex Hoff --your4state.com
WINCHESTER, VA - If you have a knack for the ivory keys then you understand the distinction of a Steinway piano. Now a local university is on it's way to becoming one of very few elite conservatories that offers an "All-Steinway" education.
SU Conservatory Seeking All-Steinway Status
TV3, Winchester Va..
Reporter Alyssa Raymond--TV3 Winchester
Shenandoah University wants this sound to carry it's conservatory to All-Steinway status. Students, faculty and staff came together to celebrate the reality of getting closer to that goal.