Why Adopt?

A special way to support the collection is through our Instrument Adoption Program. By adopting an instrument, your donation ensures proper display, maintenance, and use of the instrument. Your name will be prominently displayed with the instrument, and you will remain a permanent part of the instrument support catalog.

There are several different tiers of adoption packages, so you can find an instrument that fits you and your giving goals! Tier 1 is the highest level of adoption package, occupied by Queen Charlotte's 1761 Jacob Kirkman Double-Manual Harpsichord. Each instrument has a corresponding tier listed when you hover over or click on it. The instruments listed below are currently on display in the Museum.

INSTRUMENTS CURRENTLY ADOPTED

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    1815 Anton Walter & Son

    Grand Piano

     

    ADOPTED IN HONOR OF

    JAMES S. WHITTEN

    2019-2024

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    1805 John Broadwood

    Grand Piano

     

    ADOPTED BY

    ANDREW & SUSIE WHITE

    2021-2025

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    1786 Vincenzo Sodi

    Grand Piano

     

    ADOPTED BY

    JOSEPH & CLAIRE BLAKE

    2020-2024

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      1575 Baffo

      Italian Virginal

       

      ADOPTED IN HONOR OF

      JAMES S. WHITTEN

      2019-2024

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      1781 Shudi & Broadwood

      Double-Manual Harpsichord

       

      ADOPTED BY

      KATHY MCKINNEY

      2021-2025

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      1791 John Broadwood

      Grand Piano

       

      ADOPTED IN HONOR OF

      JAMES S. WHITTEN

      2019-2023

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      1830 Robert & William Nunns

      Unichord

      Square Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      KRISTIE W. LILIENTHAL

      2019-2023

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      ca 1790 Carlo Arnoldi

      Square Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      TIMOTHY MARSHALL

      2019-2023

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      1790 Paul Dackweiller

      Square Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      TIMOTHY MARSHALL

      2019-2023

    Why Adopt?

    A special way to support the collection is through our Instrument Adoption Program. By adopting an instrument, your donation ensures proper display, maintenance, and use of the instrument. Your name will be prominently displayed with the instrument, and you will remain a permanent part of the instrument support catalog.

    There are several different tiers of adoption packages, so you can find an instrument that fits you and your giving goals! Tier 1 is the highest level of adoption package, occupied by Queen Charlotte's 1761 Jacob Kirkman Double-Manual Harpsichord. Each instrument has a corresponding tier listed when you hover over or click on it. The instruments listed below are currently on display in the Museum.

    INSTRUMENTS CURRENTLY ADOPTED

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      1805 John Broadwood

      Grand Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      ANDREW & SUSIE WHITE

      2021-2025

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      1786 Vincenzo Sodi

      Grand Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      JOSEPH & CLAIRE BLAKE

      2020-2024

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      1790 Paul Dackweiller

      Square Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      TIMOTHY MARSHALL

      2019-2023

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      1575 Baffo

      Italian Virginal

       

      ADOPTED IN HONOR OF

      JAMES S. WHITTEN

      2019-2023

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      1781 Shudi & Broadwood

      Double-Manual Harpsichord

       

      ADOPTED BY

      KATHY MCKINNEY

      2021-2025

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      1791 John Broadwood

      Grand Piano

       

      ADOPTED IN HONOR OF

      JAMES S. WHITTEN

      2019-2023

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      1830 Robert & William Nunns

      Unichord

      Square Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      KRISTIE W. LILIENTHAL

      2019-2023

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      ca 1790 Carlo Arnoldi

      Square Piano

       

      ADOPTED BY

      TIMOTHY MARSHALL

      2019-2023