75 pianos popping up in Boston to celebrate the arts
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Pianos are popping up in and around Boston and inspiring impromptu concerts.
It's a program called "Play Me I'm Yours,” and street pianos are being set up to celebrate decades of music and arts in the city.
“I think it’s awesome, it’s great. Maybe it will encourage people who don't know how to play, to want to learn how to play,” said Dana Sullivan, who played on one of the pianos.
Seventy-five pianos will be put in different public places in Boston, Cambridge, Somerville, and Brookline for the public to play.
“When I came to sit down it was an older guy sitting there, really talented, playing Pink Floyd and Elton John and asking for requests and I was enjoying it,” said Eileen Pattison.
The “Play Me I’m Yours” program lasts through mid-October.