Play Me I’m Yours

I just saw a great feature on CBS Sunday Morning about a wonderful public art/music program in London, “Play Me I’m Yours.” It is an installation that is touring the world created by Luke Jerram, involving placing thirty pianos outside in public areas, currently in and around London. Jerram has a unique approach, calling it “Live Art”, including some amazing projects like First Light, Sky Orchestra and Dream Concert.

In these tough economic times (I know, that phrased is overused) it’s good to be reminded that, as one woman on the CBS clip said, “Good things in life a free.” I just wonder what people would think of a public art installation of thrity tubas around the city 🙂

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