Piano Showcase

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APRIL 1-2, 2022



A two-day event packed with exceptional concerts, masterclasses, and workshops celebrating the versatility and virtuosity of piano

leads the 4th annual Piano Showcase at the Tower, crafting a fantastic genre-spanning program also featuring acclaimed pianists


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Caring for our community:  See below for our complete covid policy as of March 13, 2022.

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This 2-day event will be enjoyed by Central Oregon visitors and residents of all ages. Concerts and workshops are geared toward music-makers and music-appreciators alike.

-> Friday Concert 7:30 p.m. featuring all four pianists celebrating the versatility and virtuosity of piano.
-> Workshops, masterclasses, and musical conversations with all four pianists throughout the day Saturday.
-> Saturday Concert 7:30 p.m. highlighting collaborations with all four pianists and even more amazing solo performances.

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All seating is General Admission for the concerts.
FULL PASS participants get to sit on stage with the performers for the Saturday daytime workshops and masterclasses.
All ticket holders will receive emails prior to the event with details and updates. You will not receive physical tickets.

Here's a fun snippet of featured pianists Arthur Migliazza, Sean Chen, and Adam Birnbaum in a spontaneous collaboration of "You've Got A Friend In Me" at 2019's Piano Showcase at the Tower:

YOU, along with piano teachers, piano players, and music-appreciators of all stripes.

Unique to this event is the integration of multiple genres of music. Always considered yourself
a purely classical enthusiast? Let’s see how the jazz cats swing it! Prefer a tangy jazz lick or
walking bass groove? Hear about Bach and Beethoven’s influence on the bluest of blue notes.

$80 for all-inclusive full pass.  All the concerts, all the workshops, all of it!

Students age 21 and under get the all-inclusive full pass for just $40. 
Individual concert tickets are $35 for Friday night or $35 for Saturday night. (Students $10)

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Michael Allen Harrison
Composer, songwriter and pianist Michael Allen Harrisonis founder of Portland’s famed Ten Grands concert series. Delivering music to the heart, his classical contemporary style carves a distinct niche of timeless music that has connected with thousands throughout his three-decade career. He is known for his magical piano solos, for creating music for ballet, theater and film, and for his love for teaching and for his giving spirit. He has created over fifty albums released through MAH Records.

Colleen Adent
Colleen Adent is a classically trained, improvisationally minded pianist. With over 35 years of experience as a performer, composer, arranger, and teacher, she is known as one of the Pacific Northwest’s most accomplished pianists. The uniqueness of Colleen’s artistry lies in her ability to improvise as well as perform as a classical musician. These two disciplines are often viewed as two separate worlds, but Colleen lives comfortably in both places, embracing the strengths of each musical world to create a fresh, dynamic, engaging listening experience. Colleen’s warm personality and skillful playing naturally invite the listener to join her in embracing the moment.

Mac Potts

Born totally-blind, American Idol contestant Mac Potts has been stunning crowds since he began his professional career at 11 years old. A prodigy, he studied the piano classically until he discovered rock-n-roll and began picking up the blues. He soon began playing in blues festivals across the nation. Mac has shared his talent with fans in New York, Washington D.C., and the concert halls of Portland, Florida, and Seattle. A Ten Grands artist since 2011, Mac quickly became a favorite addition to the show with his high-energy and engaging performances.

Andrea Johnson
Pianist and pedagogue Andrea Johnson is Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy at the University of Northern Iowa. Andrea obtained her Doctor of Musical Arts in Piano Performance and Pedagogy at the University of Oklahoma and also holds degrees from University of Oregon (Masters in Piano Pedagogy) and Portland State University (Bachelors of Musical Arts in Performance). Active as an adjudicator in multiple Music Teachers Associations, Andrea was most recently a judge for the 2019 Steinway Junior Piano Competition. 

COVID-19 Policy as of March 13, 2022:
In accordance with Oregon state mandates being lifted on March 12, 2022, the Tower Theatre and Sunriver Music Festival will not require face masks or proof of vaccination or negative COVID tests for patrons attending Piano Showcase at the Tower on April 1-2, 2022. The health and safety of our patrons, musicians, volunteers, and staff continues as a top priority; therefore we welcome continued wearing of masks by all who wish to do so, and encourage attendees to be vaccinated. We will continue to observe federal, state, and county recommendations and adjust this policy as needed.
If you are feeling unwell, we ask that you please stay home. You can turn your ticket into a tax-deductible donation to the Festival, transfer your ticket to a future Festival concert, or pass it along to a friend. Contact the Festival Office at 541-593-9310 in advance of the concert for assistance with these ticketing options.


Piano Showcase is sponsored in part by a grant from the Bend Cultural Tourism Fund

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Sunriver Music Festival
P.O. Box 4308
Sunriver, OR 97707

Located in the Sunriver Village Building 13

Office Hours
9:00 am to 4:00 pm

Phone: 541-593-1084
Tickets: 541-593-9310