Maybe when you passed by, someone was at the keys, fingering out an old familiar tune.
If the piano was empty, maybe you sat down to tap a few notes.
The old brown upright, one of five pianos that have cropped up in public places throughout the city this summer, is the result of a partnership between a Portland musician and a foundation dedicated to bringing music to disadvantaged kids.
It all started last summer, when 29-year-old Megan McGeorge saw a cellist busking outside Al’s Den on West Burnside Street and 13th Avenue. To continue reading, click here.