The Wüst family donates a piano and an organ to the Xàbia Conservatory of Music

The Professional Conservatory of Music of Xàbia has received an important gift from a family of residents living in the municipality. The gift consists of a piano and a good quality organ, as well as a significant collection of scores and scripts.
The instruments were owned by Christiaan Wüst, an amateur pianist who was recently deceased. Despite the great sentimental value of the instruments which had accompanied their father all his life, his children wanted them to be in a place where they would be put to good use and thought that the Xàbia Conservatory was a good destination. David Wüst and his wife Samantha Hinneman contacted the heads of the municipal music training centre and offered the donation.
As explained by the Conservatory, the piano and the organ are already in the classrooms and assist the children of the municipality to better their musical education. The piano will be used in the instrument classes as well as in the orchestra and for chamber music, while the organ will be used for both for both the chorus and accompaniment.
The professors and the councillor for Culture, Quico Moragues, have thanked the Wüst family for this important donation.

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