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bringing music outside

July 23, 2013 at 3:37am
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I couldn’t dream up a more perfect summary of why I am doing Piano! Push Play!. Thanks OPB! Thanks Ifanyi!

July 12, 2013 at 4:29am
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Earth to PDX!!


I know its been a long time, but many great things have happened for Piano! Push Play!. We will be coming out for summer in less than 10 days and bringing pianos with us!…….. and this time YOU get to play.

Come to Pioneer Courthouse Square on July 22nd at 5 pm to welcome a grand piano to Portland’s living room for a 2 week public installation where you can watch, listen and play this beautiful instrument yourself. 

In between short scheduled concerts the piano will be open for public to come and play. You can be beginner or professional, play Chopsticks or Shostakovich or just experience what its feels like to make that hammer hit the strings on a GRAND PIANO! This piano is here for you to play. 

Pioneer Courthouse Square……….July 22nd - August 2nd

Come out to see and hear music in action. 

July 30, 2012 at 5:41pm
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This piano is moving

Hello Everyone! 

We will be moving street corners this week. Come find us outside the Museum of Contemporary Craft at 7th and NW Davis. We will be stationing ourselves on the park blocks between 4:30 and 7:30pm this Thursday August 2nd, where a host of lovely musicians will be playing For YOU!

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Look what happens when you play the piano….the sun shines down upon you like a halo.  

July 19, 2012 at 2:57pm
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Save that iced coffee break for 3 pm


      The countdown has begun and it’s T- 3hours  until we start another afternoon of piano music for you to enjoy. We will be stationing ourselves on the corner of 13th and W Burnside with a lovely piano and some really talents musicians that will be playing all kinds of crazy/wonderful, beautiful/sad, jazzy/classical, piano music. We’ll be there from 3-6 pm this afternoon so please swing by to watch and listen. 

July 15, 2012 at 6:23am
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here’s a performance of something I’ll be playing this Thursday…

Francois Couperin  1668-1733  Les Barricades Mysterieuses….the mysterious barricades

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After silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music.
Aldous Huxley

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stop by…you know you want to

Hello Friends, music lovers and piano players….If you missed our first pop-up performance….don’t fret! We will be hosting another afternoon of piano music Thursday July 19th on the corner of 13th and West Burnside. From 3-6 pm we will have a variety of performers and styles….from baroque and classical era keyboard music to Phillip Glass, Jazz improv and American pop. Please stop by and LISTEN.  

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July 7, 2012 at 5:51pm
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