Local public television station WFWA,
Bortnick, a pianist, singer and composer, was to be accompanied by the local Voices of Unity youth choir and joined by concert tour guest performer
WFWA was told the concert had been postponed but would be rescheduled, and the station is moving forward with that understanding, Ryan said.
Staff at Arts United of
WFWA had worked with Bortnick's management to give away tickets to the concert as incentives during station fundraising pledge drives in December and March, Ryan said. Bortnick hosted his own
A WFWA staff member worked Thursday night and Friday to notify pledge drive donors with Bortnick tickets that the show had been postponed, Ryan said.
Those ticket packages will be honored at the rescheduled concert, Ryan said. If the concert is not rescheduled, WFWA will work to get donors tickets to another concert or event.
Bortnick is scheduled to perform Friday night at the
Bortnick, who began playing piano at age 3, has the ability to hear a song once and play it back note for note, his website said.
He plays jazz, classical, rock and original music, often calling up songs from memory based on what the audience seems to enjoy, the website said.
Bortnick has performed around the world and has been certified by
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