Sing For Hope Pianos are returning to the streets of New York City this summer from June 4-23!
Sing for Hope will place 50 artist-designed pianos in parks and public spaces across the five boroughs of New York City for anyone and everyone to play. According to their official website, after their time on the streets, Sing for Hope transports the instruments to NYC public schools, where they become hubs for Sing for Hope’s ongoing creative programs and enrich students’ lives for years to come.
The official unveiling of the 2019 Sing for Hope Pianos will take place this Monday, June 3rd at 12:00 pm at Fosun Plaza at 28 Liberty in New York City. Sing for Hope Co-Founders Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus will kick off the festivities, which will feature pop-up performances by Broadway casts and other performers.
Locations of this year's pianos are Virginia Park and Van Cortlandt House Museum (Bronx); Brooklyn Bridge Park and Coney Island Boardwalk (Brooklyn); Christopher Park, Bryant Park: New York Public Library, and Central Park (Manhattan); Flushing Town Hall, Rockaway ParkBoardwalk, and Gantry Plaza State Park (Queens); and Kivlehan Park and Midland Beach (Staten Island). A full list of locations is available at www.singforhope.org/2019-sfh-pianos.