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Amazing impromptu playing on a public piano by a builder. Thumbs up!
"Well he is a builder. Is it so hard to believe he constructed this masterpiece?"

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Elton John plays surprise concert in London train station
He also donated a piano to St Pancras station.

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Elton John plays surprise concert in London train station
He also donated a piano to St Pancras station.

#EltonJohn #PublicPiano #StreetPiano #donate #performing

Shocked fans crowded around the 68-year-old music legend as he played several songs on a black piano at St Pancras International on Friday morning.

Photographs and videos posted on Twitter showed John playing a piano in the middle of the station, surrounded by a crowd of delighted onlookers.

After a brief performance, the Rocket Man star thanked fans and signed the piano had been playing with "Enjoy this piano. It's a gift. Love, Elton John".

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Shocked fans crowded around the 68-year-old music legend as he played several songs on a black piano at St Pancras International on Friday morning.

Photographs and videos posted on Twitter showed John playing a piano in the middle of the station, surrounded by a crowd of delighted onlookers.

After a brief performance, the Rocket Man star thanked fans and signed the piano had been playing with "Enjoy this piano. It's a gift. Love, Elton John".

#EltonJohn #PublicPiano #StreetPiano #donate #performing

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.@@

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