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Street Pianos Lend Keys to the City

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Play Me, I'm Yours piano Play Me, I'm Yours piano

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.

Guests:

Luke Jerram

Comments [2]

EastVillageFeed from New York, NY

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

Jun. 21 2010 10:57 AM
Roger from Brooklyn from Brooklyn

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

Jun. 17 2010 02:34 PM

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