Music Facilities & Resources
Eastern announces the acquisition of a Steinway Concert Grand Piano
Thanks to the generous patrons of the 2012 Eastern University Music Gala and an anonymous donor, the Music Department purchased a famous Concert Grand Piano from Edith Finton Rieber. We are delighted to have this wonderful addition to our program. Having a piano of this caliber enhances the instruction and the performance quality for our students. (Read History of Philadelphia's Most Revered Piano)
Workman Hall is entirely dedicated to The Music Department. In addition to this historic building, the following resources are available to all Music Department students:
- 2 Steinway Concert Grand Pianos
- 8 Grand Pianos
- 7 Upright Pianos
- Keyboard Lab
- Electronic Music Studio with 10 iMac workstations that include digital samplers with Sibelius notation and Digital Performer MIDI sequencing/digital audio software
- Extensive CD Library
- Extensive Online resources through the Warner Library
St. Davids Campus
Eastern University’s picturesque campus is the perfect place for college students to live and study with its on-campus residence halls, the Warner library, multiple study rooms, the recently renovated McInnis Learning Center, and state-of-the-art classrooms. The Warner Library provides students with access to 65,000 periodical titles in paper and electronic format, 870,000+ microform items, and over 60,000 full text ejournals, including the most current and popular journals and resources. Click here to view the interactive map of our campus.
Nestled in affluent Wayne, PA, Eastern University is in one of the top 10 college communities in the country (USA Today). There are 40 colleges in the Philadelphia and Philadelphia suburbs, 25% of which are on the Main Line. Eastern students can take advantage of Wayne’s small, walkable downtown, which is lined with local cafes, stores, and businesses. Wayne is an especially good resource for students who are looking for internships or work experience.
Eastern University is situated just outside the major, historic urban metropolis of Philadelphia, a diverse city which evinces all of the benefits and challenges of a major urban center and which provides unique learning and living opportunities for students. Eastern students can take the train from the St. Davids station (located adjacent to campus) and be in the city within 20-25 minutes.