A Sing for Hope Piano in Times Square. Piano designed by Jordy Lievers-Eaton. Photo by Jessica Stack.On Monday, June 5th, the non-profit Sing for Hope will bring back its annual array of artist-decorated pianos that will enliven the sidewalks, parks and public spaces of New York City. Launched in 2006, Sing for Hope has been releasing pianos into the urban wild since 2010 and will hit a new record this year, with its 400th artist-decorated piano. Any body can sit down and play some tunes, with the idea to to engage the public with the arts. After the event is over this year on June 25th, the pianos will make their way to New York City public schools, where they will power the Sing for Hope’s creative programs.
A Sing for Hope Piano at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Photo by Jessica Stack. Piano designed by Marc Evan.
Sing for Hope Piano at Brooklyn Bridge Park. Piano designed by Artist Partner Robert Padavano, photo by Jessica Stack.You can already see photographs of all sixty-two pianos on the Sing for Piano website and a map of locations will be available when the festival launches. You can also apply to design a piano for future years here. Next, check out 12 outdoor art installations not to miss in NYC this month.