St. Paul, Minn. — Call it random quirkiness or a moment of spontaneous community, but on the streets of St. Paul it’s the summer of the upright piano.
Twenty artistically decorated pianos have been placed around the city, to lend a little music to the streets and bring its residents together.
“Pianos on Parade” is a collaboration between the city of St. Paul and the local non-profit “Keys 4/4 Kids.”
There’s a weathered mint green upright piano on the corner of Ford Parkway and Cleveland Avenue. It sits under a garden tree canopy with concrete benches on either side. Painted tropical birds are perched on its front panel. Click HERE to read more…