Bettering Utah through Music

Piano Bank

Piano Bank is Utah’s premier piano adoption program. We accept piano donations in need of minimal repair to excellent condition and place them in homes with families of dedicated students who do not have the financial means to obtain a piano and in public spaces to promote music making in our community. We are committed to creating access to quality pianos and music education for youth and adults residing in Utah.

Piano Bank has placed 215 instruments valued at over $330,000. Public spaces: 100. Private homes: 115.



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Mundi Live

Our Mundi Live concerts introduce diverse audiences to classical piano literature and various musical genres through FREE concerts held for the general public.

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Harmony Hub

Welcome to the Harmony Hub, our education arm. Located at the Sorenson Community Campus (~1300 S. 900 W. Salt Lake City). Harmony Hubs are piano / music classrooms, designed to provide free music education to low-income populations in the Salt Lake area. Harmony Hubs are dedicated, safe environments where youth and families can explore music through a variety of expert-led piano and music education activities, all of which promote the holistic development of each individual. Our classes provides youth and adults from the community with free weekly piano or classical guitar instruction in partnership with Utah Classical Guitar. Classes are led by professional teachers and offer students a blend of current technology and traditional teaching methods.

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Antonio Andrade Duo



“With a single guitar, one can reach the heaven, with two You can reach the universe.”



With his traditional and very personal style of playing his guitar, Antonio Andrade reaches his audiences where Flamenco sits, directly in their hearts.

In his long worldwide career as a successful flamenco-guitar-player, Antonio Andrade produced countless flamenco productions mainly for dancing. With the Antonio Andrade Duo, he presents a great diversity of flamenco guitar and shows their intonation in all its incomparable beauty. Inviting several other guitar artists to his “Antonio Andrade Duo” project, he creates a special two-tone sound out of his own repertoire, as well as out of parts of the great creations of Paco de Lucia and Sabicas.

Audiences will feel the incredible summer heat of Andalucia, will walk through the alleys of its beautiful white villages, will feel the pain and the joy of its native people, who have created this incomparable kind of music and culture through the centuries out of their very own expression of life.

In partnership with Utah Classical Guitar

Antonio Andrade Duo
February 23, 2018 | 7:30 PM |
Eccles Theater: Regent Street Black Box