To promote the conservation, restoration and education related to historical pianos, to conserve and restore historical pianos, to support the documentation of, and actively document, historical pianos. To facilitate and support the collection of historical piano data by research, site visits, web data gathering, the creation and sustaining of a museum, and other means. To publish and otherwise educate the general public, the community of piano service professionals, music educators, and members of the organological community. To make these services available to the local academic and music education community through college and university seminars, concerts, and other events. To develop and hold a periodic historic piano festival. To contribute to the present and future piano by promoting and encouraging the dissemination of knowledge and skills relating to the modern piano and the future piano, and especially through the previously stated goals and means.