With Play Me, I’m Yours, pianos are strategically set up around the city, decorated colorfully by local artists to entice you to sit down and “tickle the ivories”. It’s all part of a public art project by Luke Jerram, brought to you by the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra for the next three weeks. So, dust off some Bach – the event launched this past Thursday with all 30 pianos playing The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book One — and see if you can turn some heads! Click here for a map, and click here for images of a piano painted by students from Crossroads School that is installed on the Santa Monica Pier. In town until early May.
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