Privacy Policy

Photo copyright © 2017 Virginie Trubiano. Used with permission.

Photo copyright © 2017 Virginie Trubiano. Used with permission.


We respect your privacy. We keep your browsing information anonymous and private.We never share your email with anybody.

On the web site

We don't identify individuals who visit our web site. We use cookies and SquareSpace analytics to see what pages are popular so we can do a better job telling you about our program and our pianos. This functionality is built-in to SquareSpace. You can follow these links to learn more about their privacy policy and use of cookies.

On the email list

If you sign up for our email list, we don't share or sell your information to anybody. Ever. That would be rude. You have to ask to be added (opt-in) and also confirm via email (double opt-in) that you want to hear from us. We know it's a lot of work but we think it's worth it to know that you really, really want to hear about all these delightful pianos.

We use the email list for two things:

  1. We tell you about our pianos, our concerts, and our other events. It's information. And a little bragging. Actually, a lot of bragging. We love these pianos!
  2. We ask you to donate. Sometimes we offer things in exchange for donations, like CD's or piano keys. Basically, we ask you for money. This is optional, of course. We still love you even if you just come visit the pianos.

You can unsubscribe at any time. Just follow the link at the bottom of each email.

We use MailChimp to manage the email list. You can follow this link to learn more about their privacy policy.

On the streets

While we're on the subject of privacy, let's talk about photos. We love to show photos of people playing or listening at our public pianos. That is, people who are out in public, where it's ok to take pictures without asking for permission. We don't use photos taken in private places that have their own privacy policies, like in a museum, a store, or a school.

We always get permission from our photographers to use their photos, but we don't ask the people in the photos for permission. We also don't ask the pianos.

Having said that, if you're concerned about any photo we use on the site, contact us as soon as possible. Use the link below.