ONE MORE DAY: Pianos in the Parks ends Sunday

Tomorrow’s the final day for Pianos in the Parks around the area, including that one at Junction Plaza Park (42nd SW/SW Alaska) decorated by artist Mindi Katzman, so it’s your last chance to see, maybe even play, it. In case you aren’t a piano player and don’t happen onto one, Mark Jaroslaw recorded the piano in use:

Pianos in the park / last chance to play from JaroslawMedia on Vimeo.

The pianos have been in 13 neighborhoods around the metro area since August 1st (when we took the top photo).

5 Replies to "ONE MORE DAY: Pianos in the Parks ends Sunday"

  • Me August 18, 2019 (8:05 am)

    It too bad its going away.  It brought in awsome music and drove away drunks…it was become  more  like a family park, 

  • MercyMoi August 18, 2019 (11:26 am)

    I love music in public spaces. And I love that these pianos invite neighbors to engage differently with our public space. Thank you!(But why did they call Junction Plaza Park part of the “Admiral Junction”in the video?)

    • WSB August 18, 2019 (11:32 am)

      Slip of the keyboard for Mark. We appreciate the video contribution!

  • Sarah August 18, 2019 (12:51 pm)

    Where do the pianos go after the park?

  • Susan Leask August 20, 2019 (11:10 am)

    I hope they are pick it  up today, the tent is gone and it’s supposed to rain tomorrow. 

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