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SF Botanical Garden Hosts Sunset Piano

Sunset Piano brings its public piano project to SF Botanical Garden with Flower Piano! There will be 12 pianos tucked among the flower-filled garden grounds for over a week this summer, so come & listen to some music — or tickle the ivories yourself — in this idyllic setting! More info below.

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2015 Flower Piano In SF Botanical Garden Info:


Sunset Piano in SF Botanical Gardens2015 Flower Piano in SF Botanical Garden
July 9-20 | Free with regular admission

SF Botanical Garden – Golden Gate Park
More info: here

Sunset Piano brings its public piano project to SF Botanical Garden this summer!

This July for twelve days only, San Francisco Botanical Garden (SFBG) becomes the city’s own outdoor concert hall and everyone is invited to play and listen. From July 9 – 20, visitors are encouraged to seek out one of the twelve pianos tucked among the many flower-filled gardens within SFBG’s 55 acres and play what they like, from Bach to boogie-woogie. On select days, professional pianists, including acclaimed Steinway Concert and Recording Artist Lara Downes, will be scheduled to perform as well, and the public is welcome to watch the performances.

Flower Piano is the latest project of piano ninjas Mauro ffortissimo and Dean Mermell who together launched Sunset Piano in 2013 when ffortissimo covertly rolled an old grand piano onto the bluffs over Half Moon Bay. Since then, Sunset Piano has expanded this impromptu musical and social experiment, temporarily placing pianos in a wide variety of unexpected natural and urban settings around the Bay Area every year, from the top of Montara Mountain to Market Street.

More info: here

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