About the walla walla piano group

The Walla Walla Piano Group was incorporated in 2014 with the goal of creating a resource bank for area non-profit organizations. The group garnered such strong financial support from the Walla Walla community we were able to purchase a Steinway B grand piano by within 6 months. It is available rent-free to area non-profits.

For a community whose need for affordable, concert-worthy instruments was not met by local institutions this was indeed a boon. In fact, the demand for a shared piano has been so great that the group purchased a Kawai ES8 digital piano in 2017, followed by the acquisition of a Bose sound tower PA system. The Kawai and Bose systems are available to for-profit organizations for a minimal rental fee, as well as rent-free to non-profits.

In 2018, The Piano Group, together with Blue Mountain Community Foundation and Walla Walla Public Schools assisted the Pioneer Middle School music program with the purchase of an upright piano.

The Piano Group, a 501(c)(3) organization, recognizes that by sharing resources we broaden artistic reach for everyone, helping arts and culture in our community to thrive and remain accessible to all. 

The Piano Group serves the arts and education in the community, endorsed by groups such as:

  • Walla Walla Symphony
  • Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival
  • Walla Walla Choral Society
  • Walla Walla Public Schools
  • Whitman College
  • GESA Power House Theatre
  • Northwest Bach Festival
  • Community Concerts of the Tri-Cities

and other area organizations.


annual piano group community events


Autumn Student Showcase

Every fall The Piano Group hosts an evening of brief performances by outstanding area student talent, from middle school through college. These hourlong programs are free and open to the public and are typically held at Foundry Vineyards, Walla Walla.

Yearly "Maintenance" Concert

Although our biggest fundraising effort to date resulted in the purchases of our Steinway and digital pianos, ongoing professional maintenance of the Steinway is necessary to ensure this investment retains its value and continues to contribute to the cultural life of the area. The concert is given by professional musicians and is free and open to the public. Donations collected at this event go towards the upkeep of this fine instrument.