Pianos for Peace


Do you ever wish we had a universal language? One that spanned borders, religions, even the ages?

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Maybe we do—It’s called music. Music seems to transcend time and space and can transport us back to a different era or lifetime. Music can be a language to build bridges.

This month Pianos for Peace is surrounding the city with pianos that invite the player to a conversation. Pianos that speak to our commonalities and offer joy and impromptu laughter. Chopsticks or Chopin—it doesn’t matter—the message is loud and clear.

Read more about the Pianos for Peace project going on now through September 18th.


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