On Sunday, the main Lincoln Center plaza twinkled with music as the Sing for Hope foundation left 88 pianos there for people to play. It was a great day for the event, and the plaza was packed with pianists, both professional and amateur. For the last couple of weeks, the whimsical hand-painted pianos were placed in parks and plazas throughout the city, open to the public to play impromptu concerts.
Now the pianos will be donated to schools and hospitals.
Photos by Barry.
And here’s a video of a singalong at the concert: