Sing for Hope Brings Artful Pianos to NYC Public Spaces: Marc Evan, Jessica Browne-White, Keith Haring Foundation, Jose Aurelio Baez and Franck de las Mercedes

June 17, 2015


In tune with its mission of Art for All, Sing for Hope has recently brought 50 artfully designed pianos to a range of public spaces throughout the boroughs. Here are a few:

Marc Evan, Transcendental Resonance, Furman Street & Old Fulton Street, Brooklyn Bridge Park


Jessica Browne-White, Reflection/Transformation, close-up, Water Street & Anchorage Place, under the Dumbo archway


Keith Haring Foundation, Untitled, 62nd Street and Columbus Avenue, Lincoln Center



 Jose Aurelio Baez, New York Street Music, 7802 37th Avenue, Jackson Heights


Franck de las Mercedes, Post No Bills, Astor Place

Franck-de-las Mercedes-art-on-paino

Franck-de-las Mercedes-sing-for-hope

Through Sunday, June 21, the pianos will remain on view throughout the five boroughs and will continue to host impromptu concerts. After Sunday, Sing for Hope will donate them to NYC schools, healthcare facilities, and community organizations in need.

Photos: 1 & 3 City-As-School intern Diana Davidova; 2 Lois Stavsky; 4-8 Tara Murray

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