Piano players were out in full force this afternoon. This made it very hard for me to photograph the pianos naked. But that’s okay, part of the fun is listening to people play. Toronto has some talented undiscovered pianists at its disposal. It’s been such a delight to just sit back and enjoy some free entertainment.
This is the penultimate part of this series. Only 8 more locations and I’ve devised a plan to see them all in under 4 hours. I think I can, I think I can. It’ll happen!
I hope you like the photographs as much as I enjoy taking them. If you have the motivation remember to visit the Play Me, I’m Yours website to learn more about the location of each piano. There are 41 pianos scattered throughout the city, representing the 41 countries participating in the 2015 Toronto Pan Am/Parapan Am Games.
Note: I have noticed that some of the pianos have changed from their original locations. For example, the St. Lawrence Market piano has moved to inside the St. James Park gazebo. I’m not sure if this is reflected on the project’s website.