After a decade of lowering barriers to art, Piano. Push. Play. rolls on

After a decade of lowering barriers to art, Piano. Push. Play. rolls on

Your browser does not support the audio element. Megan McGeorge is flanked by half a dozen upright pianos, each adorned with colorful, sometimes wild, decorations. Today, she’s decided to play one with a massive, snarling tiger painted on the front. “The bench [has] tiger stripes,” says McGeorge as she shows off the instrument. “And on … Read more