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March 21, 2020 at 2:15pm

We hope you enjoyed our livestream video of this concert, which is still available to watch on our YouTube and Facebook channels.

We are grateful to the 250 of you who came early and lined up early in the hot sun to enter the grounds; and also thankful to those who watched by the sidelines due to the restrictions. To those who were turned away, please accept our sincere apologies! We present three gardens concerts a year and hope to be able to host you at one in the near future. Until... See More

We hope you enjoyed our livestream video of this concert, which is still available to watch on our YouTube and Facebook channels.

We are grateful to the 250 of you who came early and lined up early in the hot sun to enter the grounds; and also thankful to those who watched by the sidelines due to the restrictions. To those who were turned away, please accept our sincere apologies! We present three gardens concerts a year and hope to be able to host you at one in the near future. Until better times, we'll always keep music alive for you. Thank you for your support and understanding!

#sso #gbtb #public #garden #livestream

March 15, 2020 at 6:28pm

⭐️ TWO OPTIONS TO WATCH THIS EVENING ⭐️ You have two ways to watch our livestream tonight, which begins at 6.15pm:

1) On our YouTube channel
2) Right here on our Facebook Page

We hope to "see" you! 🎵

#sso #gbtb #garden #... See More

⭐️ TWO OPTIONS TO WATCH THIS EVENING ⭐️ You have two ways to watch our livestream tonight, which begins at 6.15pm:

1) On our YouTube channel
2) Right here on our Facebook Page

We hope to "see" you! 🎵

#sso #gbtb #garden #public #live #performing #concert

March 10, 2020 at 12:31am

Every year for Bach’s birthday a spontaneous, global community of musicians unites to sow the seeds for future generations of classical music lovers and share their joy and inspiration for their artform.

Register to perform now!

#Bach #BachInTheSubway #BachInTheSubway2020... See More

Every year for Bach’s birthday a spontaneous, global community of musicians unites to sow the seeds for future generations of classical music lovers and share their joy and inspiration for their artform.

Register to perform now!

#Bach #BachInTheSubway #BachInTheSubway2020 #birthday #anniversary #celebration #performing #public

March 6, 2020 at 2:39pm

The soothing sound of a grand piano drifted across Taksim Square, bringing a welcome calm a day after violence rocked the area.

Throughout the day protesters had been readying themselves for another assault by police.

But then, in the space of a few hours, the atmosphere in the square changed; and it had a lot to do with one man and his piano.

Hundreds gathered around German musician Davide Martello as he clinked away late into the evening. They were mostly silent... See More

The soothing sound of a grand piano drifted across Taksim Square, bringing a welcome calm a day after violence rocked the area.

Throughout the day protesters had been readying themselves for another assault by police.

But then, in the space of a few hours, the atmosphere in the square changed; and it had a lot to do with one man and his piano.

Hundreds gathered around German musician Davide Martello as he clinked away late into the evening. They were mostly silent while he played John Lennon’s Imagine, some Bach, and his own composition “Lightsoldiers.”

#DavideMartello #peace #JohnLennon #public #performing

December 19, 2019 at 9:41am

Soprano singers Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus met as students at Juilliard in the late '90s. A decade and a half later, they both have brilliant careers in opera -- and a shared mission to help artists engage in local communities.

This summer, their organization, Sing for Hope, placed 88 artist-designed pianos in parks and public spaces throughout the five boroughs of New York. Later, they'll be donated to schools, hospitals, and community organizations.@@

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Soprano singers Camille Zamora and Monica Yunus met as students at Juilliard in the late '90s. A decade and a half later, they both have brilliant careers in opera -- and a shared mission to help artists engage in local communities.

This summer, their organization, Sing for Hope, placed 88 artist-designed pianos in parks and public spaces throughout the five boroughs of New York. Later, they'll be donated to schools, hospitals, and community organizations.@@

#PublicPiano #StreetPiano #public

October 30, 2019 at 9:50pm

Pianist Evgeny Khmara played at the airport Luqa in Malta.

#EvgenyKhmara #public #PublicPiano #performing