Pianogram - Mobile Concert Overview
Our kids have endured their share of obstacles this year, so let's embrace their achievements and C-E-L-E-B-R-A-T-E together! Our Pianograms are back and they're the perfect compliment to end the school year with cheer and recognize our Sonoma County Grads! If you're wondering what a Pianogram is, it's a mobile concert performance consisting of 5 crowd-pleasing songs (the piano versions of course) that have been curated into a celebratory playlist. Each Pianogram booking is $85 and schedules are arranged by geographic regions during the dates of Friday, June 4th - Sunday, June 6th. All performances benefit our youth-serving, non-profit, Mozart's Amazing Musicians.
How do bookings work?
Upon booking, the first 4 songs in the playlist below will be included and you will get to choose the 5th song. We will also request the preferred day for your Pianogram, time of day, location and any special instructions.
Pianogram Song Packages
Please view the set 4-song playlist below and your choices for the 5th song.
End of the Year/Grad Package:
Pomp and Circumstance by Edward Elgar
All Star - Smash Mouth
Hall of Fame - The Script
Celebration - Kool & The Gang
Choose Your Own Finale or 5th Song
Girl On Fire - Alicia Keys
Don't Stop Believin' - Journey
Lovely Day - Bill Withers
Geographic Locations & Special Considerations
A legal parking space will need to be available next to the desired Pianogram performance location, as the mobile concert equipment is attached to the vehicle.
Our performances are organized by geographic regions within parts of Sonoma County. Pianograms will be provided rain or shine.
If you would like to book a Pianogram, but the allocated time does not work for you, please call us at 707.824.0307 and we will do our best to accommodate you.
COVID -19 Precautions
For all Pianograms, masks will be worn and outside, social distancing will be in effect.
If you are unable to commit to a Pianogram, but would like to make a donation to Mozart's Amazing Musicians, you can do so here: