I used to play quite a lot, but not so much recently. I got my Bachelor of Music Education degree with a major in piano. I played two concertos in college, the Gershwin in F and the Shostakovich Second. Plus the usual variety of classical literature from the major composers in various recitals and other performances.
I have two electronic keyboards at home, a Yamaha Clavinova and a Technics piano. For performances I prefer to play a Yamaha Grand, not a Steinway. I much prefer the touch, as well as the sound I get from it. Plus, I'll admit to being influenced by my all-time favorite concert pianist, Andre Watts, who also prefers the Yamaha. He can make it positively shimmer under his fingers!
I've played various other instruments in marching bands, concert bands, jazz bands, etc. But my favorite other than piano was the oboe, which I played in a youth orchestra.
The only performing I do now is when I accompany my private students at recitals, contests, and auditions. I teach private instruments to serious students, who generally go on to be music majors in college. For example, I had a trumpet student of 7 years who is now a college freshman on a music scholarship, who performed Vivaldi as a 7th grader, the complete Haydn Trumpet Concerto in 8th grade, and virtually all the major trumpet works, including 20th century works, throughout high school. I also lost a great alto sax student to his freshman year of college this year, who was also uniquely talented and performed the major works for his instrument.
Love of music has been my life, and continues to be, and playing piano for my own enjoyment continues to be a major part of my life.
Those who want to do something will find a way; those who don't will find an excuse.