March 29. Almost missed it:
How does Piano Day work in Portland?
On March 29, there will be six locations in the Portland Metro area where you can hear the piano played by local pianists of all ages on some of the region’s best pianos. The choice of music is up to the performer and there are no restrictions on what can be played. The events are free to the public, but each performer raises funds from the community with a minimum goal of $10 per minute played. A robust software platform is in place to help manage the peer-to-peer fundraising process. The funds raised are used to support the educational programs of Portland Piano International.