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Pianos in Public Buffalo

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Pianos in Public Buffalo involved taking old upright pianos, painting them colorfully, and placing them in public places, mostly outdoors, for people to enjoy. Mark Weber started this Buffalo-area project in 2013 to add music and art in unexpected places with the intent to bring smiles to people and brighten up the mood of locals and visitors alike. Colorful, funky pianos have been “in public” for the summers of 2013 and 2014 and 2015.

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2015 Pianos in Public Buffalo were located at:

1-Yates Park/OP Rec Center in Orchard Park
owned, maintained and insured by Dan Blake of Southtowns Financial Group and Gerard Cappelli of Cappelli’s Pizzeria

2-Garrison Park Gazebo in Williamsville
owned, maintained and insured by The Village of Williamsville, Brian Kulpa, Mayor

3-Sweet Jenny’s at The Red Mill in Williamsville
owned, maintained and insured by Jim Ginnane of Planned Futures Financial Group

4-Kenmore Gazebo at Delaware Ave./Delaware Rd. in Kenmore
owned, maintained and insured by Larry Ginnane, Sr. of D. Lawrence Ginnane Funeral Home

5-Algonquin Studios in the Brisbane Bldg. in downtown Buffalo (indoors)
owned, maintained and insured by Steve Kiernan II of Algonquin

6-Canalside Bridge in downtown Buffalo
owned, maintained and insured by Canalside Buffalo

Email: pianosinpublic@gmail.com

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