This piano spent some quality time at the summit of Mt. Tabor and now finds itself at Portland Center Stage at The Armory.


This piano was decorated by the wonderful folks at Splash Worldwide.

The thought behind this piano is to showcase our love for Portland and provide support for the neighborhoods that are involved in this experience. Our piano includes the Willamette River and the divide between the two parts of our city; staying with the theme of Portland, we have included roses on the piano, along with a rose compass on the bench with the outline of Oregon state. In addition, we have a lantern to bring light to the project—one that incorporates the “Go By Train” tower of Union Station right here in Portland.
— Brent Bacheller

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You can learn more about Haydn's incredible journey at a beautiful site designed by Brent Batcheller and built by Wendy Goodwin.


Portland Center Stage

Note: If you want to visit this piano, please contact the location. Many of our forever homes are not open to the public. But, you can probably take in a show and tinkle the ivories during intermission!


This piano is sponsored by Portland Code School.

Our students were delighted to work with Piano. Push. Play. It allowed them to exercise their creative problem solving while contributing to a really fun project.
— Al Zimmerman

About Piano! Push Play!

We rescue pianos, put them on the street for everyone to enjoy, and then give them to schools, community centers, artists, and others who will love them as much as we do.

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