Sixty upright pianos will be distributed in parks, streets and plazas across New York City as part of the community-based art project Play Me I'm Yours.
Artist Luke Jerram joins us to talk about engaging people with accessible instruments.
Very cool! It looks like they've arrived - I noticed one in Astor Place today, in the East Village: http://eastvillagefeed.com/post/721921003/street-piano-arrives-in-astor-place-for-sing-for#notes
I independently had this same idea and was going to put a spare piano from my studio on the street at North 1st and Kent in Williamsburg.I'm going to put it out Monday and join this fabulous piece as a volunteer.
I'm leaving my piano open to the elements
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