The San Francisco Botanical Garden hosted an event called Flower Piano. It is one of the more unique and creative events in the Bay Area. The Botanical Garden places pianos around the gardens and people (if the pianos are open) are encouraged to play them. There are some scheduled performances but in essence the Gardens become San Francisco's alfresco concert hall where everyone is invited to play and listen:
Lovely post...I love piano, my 10 years old son is taking piano classes with a teacher that comes to our home and I enjoy listening to him and taking part of the classes also.ReplyDelete
That's a great idea. I have seen pianos left at railway stations for people to play.ReplyDelete
Looks like a fun day was had by all, thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
How gorgeous....I wonder what the birds made of it?ReplyDelete
Oh what fun I would had loved being there seeing others having a go :-)ReplyDelete
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I love the idea of music in a gardenReplyDelete
What a beautiful outdoor music extravaganza!ReplyDelete
Lovely. I of course like the visual of the pianos juxtaposed with the gardens, as well as imagining the music.ReplyDelete
Cool idea! Would be enchanting to see/hear!ReplyDelete
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That's an event I'd love to visit - and take part in!ReplyDelete
Now this is something I would have enjoyed, Patrick. Such fun.ReplyDelete
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Your outdoor concert photos reminds me of the time we went to Cades Cove in the Smoky's where the KSO performed. They had either had a special musician as guest or maybe it was the maestro. That was more than 40-years ago, so my memory isn't the best. It was a fun experience on a beautiful day in a gorgeous location!
Great idea! I like the ambiance.ReplyDelete
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What a lovely idea to have pianos amongst the gardens! Thank you for sharing your wonderful photographs and for being a part of the Hearth and Soul Link party, Patrick.ReplyDelete
Such a wonderfully clever idea! I would have loved to attend.ReplyDelete
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