Check Out the Making of Playbill’s Sing for Hope Piano

Photos   Check Out the Making of Playbill’s Sing for Hope Piano
 
The outdoor pianos will bring music to New York City's five boroughs in June.
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Leonard Rodino and Sarah Jane Arnegger Marc J. Franklin

Continuing its summer tradition for the 7th year, Sing For Hope will bring back its free public pianos to New York City throughout the month of June, including a special piano designed by Playbill. The city-wide installation will see pianos placed in public spaces across all five boroughs.

The pianos have been designed by the Broadway casts of Dear Evan Hansen, Wicked, Kinky Boots, The Play That Goes Wrong, Playbill, and more.

Sing for Hope will host a public unveiling June 4 at 28 Liberty Plaza that will feature performances throughout the day. Following the installation, Sing for Hope will transport the instruments to NYC public schools as part of their ongoing creative programs to enrich students' lives.

Flip through photos of the Playbill piano’s creation, as well as some of the other pianos, below:

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