Keep on Playing My Song

Tribeca Square Park 

Roll in the Pianos! British artist Luke Jerram created an installation in NY where he has placed 60 pianos in parks around the city and surrounding Burroughs in an exhibit titled Play Me I'm Yours. In a recent interview, Jerram was quoted saying “The idea for Play Me, I’m yours came from visting my local launderette. I saw the same people there each weekend and yet no one talked to one another. I suddenly realised that within a city, there must be hundreds of these invisible communities, regularly spending time with one another in silence. I hoped that by placing a piano into the space acts as a catalyst for conversation".

The exhibition is on display until July 5th when the pianos will be donated to hospitals and schools in need.

Lincoln Center 

Check out these areas in NYC to listen in or to play your favorite song!

Astor Place
Battery Park
Bryant Park
Cathedral of St. John the Divine
Central Park: Bandshell area
Central Park: Dana Discovery Center
Central Park: Merchants’ Gate
Chelsea Market
Chelsea: 14th and 9th
City Hall Park
Gansevoort Plaza
Greeley Square
Harlem Art Park
Herald Square
Lincoln Center (4 pianos here)
Little Red Square
Madison Square Park
Metropolitan Museum
Riverbank State Park
Riverside Park
Seward Park
South Street Seaport Museum
St. Mark’s Church
St. Nicholas Park
Stone St
Times Square 44th Street
Times Square: Broadway 42nd St
Tompkins Square Park
TriBeCa Park (2 pianos here)