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Play Me, I’m Yours

Touring internationally since 2008, Play Me, I’m Yours is an artwork by British artist Luke Jerram.  Reaching over 10 million people worldwide, more than 1,850 street pianos have been installed as part of 75 presentations that took place in 55 cities across the globe, from London to New York, bearing the simple instruction to ‘Play Me, I’m Yours’.

Located on streets, in public parks, markets and train stations the pianos are available for everyone to play and enjoy. Play Me, I’m Yours invites the public to engage with, activate and take ownership of their urban environment, and to share their love of music and the visual arts. Decorated by local artists and community groups, our street pianos create a place for exchange and an opportunity for people to connect.

Play Me, I’m Yours has just come to an end in Kunitachi in Tokyo, but there is still one piano available to play.  Coming up next is Grand Geneva from 14- 27 June 2018, and in the meantime there are also still several street pianos available to play in Melbourne and in Bristol left over from our recent presentations.

We are also currently working with a number of other potential partners for 2018 and 2019, so more new cities will be announced in due course – watch this space! Read More...

Street pianos worldwide

Kunitachi, Tokyo

コバイア星人あらわる

March 20th, 2:48am
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2018.02.04 公開制作 2018.02.04 OPEN Atelier

February 4th, 6:20pm
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あいにくの天気ですが、ステキなバッハを弾く少年がいました。

March 20th, 3:30pm
VIEW TOKYO PIANOS

Melbourne

My son play piano in public first time. He did well and he loves it ! Well done ;)

January 27th, 10:40am
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The piano was decorated by a small group of newly arrived young people from Syria. The young people arrived in Australia as refugees in 2017 and have begun their settlement journey in the Hume area. “The design incorporates local nature as leaves from the area were foraged and used for stencilling with spray paint. The butterfly represents music and art which transcends culture and brings life and beauty to our world.”

January 18th, 1:42am
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Big thank you to every one who take part in this project .well done

February 5th, 7:34pm
VIEW MELBOURNE PIANOS