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Play Me, I'm Yours - Piano Project - Stratford Summer Music

Event Date: Open Daily from Aug. 1st until Aug. 27th, 2017
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Event Time: 10 am - 7 pm

Host: Stratford Summer Music

Contact: 519-271-2101

Details:

Play Me, I'm Yours - Piano Project - Stratford Summer Music

They’re back – by popular demand and simply because we believe there can’t be too much music on the streets of Stratford’s City Centre! So this is an open invitation – Play Me, I’m Yours - to share the gift of music, outdoors throughout August. 

To honour the spirit of Canada’s celebrations in 2017 – the 150th year of Confederation and the 15,000 years of First Nations dwellings in this region known as Turtle Island – four decorated pianos will be in place in downtown Stratford.  

Special thanks to our artists:  James Colbeck, Allan Dhingra, Lasha Mutual and Maxine Noel – each of whom has chosen a theme for one piano – nature, history, ethnology, philately.   The instruments will be unveiled, with the artists present, in a Downtown Piano Stroll that begins at 10am, August 1, by the iron gates of Tír na nÓg (Land of Youth) at the corner of Downie and Wellington Streets.  

Play Me, I’m Yours, which is now a global sensation, originated in 2008 with the British futurist, Luke Jerram;  2017 marks the third presentation of painted pianos in a Stratford Summer Music season. 



This event is wheelchair accessible.

Cost: Free

Location: Tír na nÓg (at the corner of Downie and Wellington Streets), Stratford,


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