Sing For Hope Pianos '13 - PHOTOBLOG
ADDITIONAL CONTRIBUTORS BTR Editorial

Sing For Hope has launched their annual program of display colorful pianos throughout New York City to raise awareness for their cause and bring music to the streets. New Yorkers in all five boroughs can enjoy these pianos, decorated on commission by local artists, until June 16th, where they will then be donated to various schools, healthcare facilities, and other places in need to vibrant colors and sounds. Here are some of the pianos scattered across Manhattan and Brooklyn.

Bryant Park

Greeley Square

Little Red Square

Prince Street

Astor Place

Tompkins Square Park

Brooklyn Bridge Park Greenway

Adams St Archway

Columbus Park Brooklyn

Fort Greene Park

Brooklyn Navy Yard – Building 92
All photos by Timothy Dillon

For more information about Sing For Hope, as well as locations of these and other pianos, check out their website. To see these photos in high res, check out the BTR Today Flickr set.

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