The Piano Santa Foundation
P.O. Box 80214, Portland, OR 97280
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The Piano Santa Foundation (PSF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting and enhancing music education for children in the Portland Metropolitan area. PSF offers a unique program including piano scholarships for students, piano placement grants for community organizations, group performance events, after school group keyboard classes and a music lending library.
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The PSF Board of Directors is excited to announce that they are matching all donations made by June 15, 2022 up to a total of $2,000!
That means that your gift will be doubled to help young piano students. It is only through your generosity that we are able to place pianos with these amazing kids!
For over 25 years, the Piano Santa Foundation has provided pianos, wonderful recitals and educational opportunities to many young, talented musicians. We also provide pianos and concerts to community organizations such as music therapy groups, women's shelters, teen centers, and retirement communities.
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2022 Grand Scholarship Competition
Applications due: May 16, 2022
Auditions: June 18, 2022
The winner of the PSF Grand Scholarship Competition receives the use of a grand piano in his or her home for two years including moving costs, annual tuning and maintenance.
The competition is open to all students, ages 12-16, who have completed at least OMTA syllabus level 6 or equivalent. Applicants selected to play for the music jury will be asked to perform two pieces of a contrasting nature (e.g. baroque, classical, romantic, 20th century).
If you are interested in learning more about this scholarship, please download the application.
Evelyne: All About the Music
Learn more about Bob and the work he does for PSF in the 2022 PSF Newsletter