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Luxembourg – Public Pianos – 2014

The City of Luxembourg and the Luxembourg City Tourist Office presented Play Me, I’m Yours for its very first edition in Luxembourg from 7 to 21 June 2014. 16 street pianos – one of them mobile – invaded public spaces across Luxembourg’s capital city bringing joy to both inhabitants and visitors. The street pianos, decorated by youth community groups and schools,Continue reading “Luxembourg – Public Pianos – 2014”

Boston , USA – Public Pianos – 2013

To celebrate its 75th anniversary season, Celebrity Series of Boston presented Play Me, I’m Yours from September 27 – October 14 2013. Located in public spaces in Boston and Cambridge, 75 pianos decorated by local artists were available for anyone to play and enjoy. The pianos that remain in good working condition were donated to local charitable organisations. More InfoContinue reading “Boston , USA – Public Pianos – 2013”

Los Angeles, CA – Public Pianos – 2012

For three weeks from April 12 to May 3 2012 Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra brought Play Me, I’m Yours to Los Angeles. Thirty pianos, designed and decorated by local artists and community organizations, were installed across Los Angeles County for everyone to play, in celebration of acclaimed conductor and pianist Jeffrey Kahane’s 15th anniversary as LACO music director.Continue reading “Los Angeles, CA – Public Pianos – 2012”

Tilburg, Netherlands – Public Pianos – 2011

From the 12th to the 18th of September 2011, 101 public pianos were distributed across the streets of Tilburg and the surrounding villages as part of Incubate festival. As an annual celebration of independent culture, Incubate  presents a diverse programme of events featuring more than 200 cutting edge artists. Incubate was the first festival in the world to install more thanContinue reading “Tilburg, Netherlands – Public Pianos – 2011”

Pecs, Hungary– Public Pianos – 2010

Pécs-Hungary, one of the European Capitals of Culture. A total of 12 pianos installed by artists will be displayed in a wide variety of public spaces: parks, streets, and promenades. Anyone can play the instruments for their own and others ’pleasure. More info at: http://streetpianos.com/pecs2010

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