HAPPENING NOW: Alki Beach stop for Pianos in the Parks


Something extra on the Alki Beach promenade west of Statue of Liberty Plaza today – a piano that you’re invited to see, and play!


The piano will be there until 7 pm, as part of this year’s Pianos in the Parks; it’s one of 10 “artistically enhanced pianos” that have been placed, mostly for one-day stops, in parks around the region. This one is by artist Brittany Carchano and titled “Nostalgic Tides“; she says it was inspired by growing up in West Seattle.

3 Replies to "HAPPENING NOW: Alki Beach stop for Pianos in the Parks"

  • Joni C July 17, 2016 (2:38 pm)

    How clever!  Kudos to those who put forth the effort to make this happen!  A little cheer during a dreary time for society. Much appreciated!

  • Marmite July 17, 2016 (5:14 pm)

    Hey!  That’s my son Milo playing The Entertainer!  He was interviewed by Q13 and hoping his interview will make the broadcast at 9 &/or 10 tonight 😊

  • HC July 19, 2016 (7:32 pm)

    Our daughter painted this piano (not the correct bench).  We watched Q13 for two hours that evening and didn’t see anything about this event.  Let me know if you find it.  Thanks!

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