Fifty pianos have been put on display across New York City, in an arts movement that has returned for another year.
A total of 175 people, both professional and amateur, tickled the electronic ivories
Eighty-eight of the instruments, one for each of the piano’s keys, have been placed throughout the city by artists working with Sing For Hope, an organization created by a pair of Julliard graduates, as a resource for artists to engage local communities.
It turns out that the esteemed play-by-play man is an accomplished musician. Not only does he know his Mets, but he can play the piano and hold a tune.
Put on your foam-mesh trucker’s cap and dust off the monogrammed slim-fitting t-shirt, it’s time get in touch with your inner-hipster. If you’re looking for indie music, oddly named drinks, and a consistently artsy crowd, these are the bars for you.
The pianos will be out for those who can play a little and those who can really play.