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Play Me, I'm Yours

London: 2012

Play Me, I’m Yours is an artwork by UK artist Luke Jerram, which has been touring internationally since 2008.  More than 1500 pianos have now been installed in over 50 cities across the globe, from New York to London bearing the simple invitation Play Me, I’m Yours.  The project has reached more than 10 million people worldwide, with each new city that commissions the work becoming part of a growing legacy.

In 2012 the City of London Festival celebrated its golden anniversary on a grand scale, presenting Play Me, I’m Yours with 50 golden street pianos spread across London landmarks and beauty spots for three weeks, from 24 June until 13 July 2012. Most of these pianos were donated to good causes at the end of the presentation.  However, there are several Street Pianos still available to play in London: three at St Pancras International Station. These pianos are being regularly repaired and tuned courtesy of St Pancras Station Management team. There are three at Canary Wharf and one  at Herne Hill Railway Station, which is being cared for by local residents with support from Herne Hill ForumWatch this brilliant documentary about the Herne Hill piano.

This website was made for you to post and share your films, photos and stories about the pianos. Whilst documenting each piano’s journey, the website connects the pianos and their communities across the city and acts as a legacy for the artwork.  You can still post and/or view films, photos, and comments on this website.

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Kourosh Ziabari

After a long day of traveling across the country, Piano Man simply made my day and now I feel inspired! He asked me where I came from, simply listened to a few seconds of an Iranian melody I shared with him, and then abruptly started performing this - that's why I couldn't record his entire performance from the beginning .... wow, he is a genius! Pure art coming from the "heart" makes life fabulous - at least I'm motivated to increase the quality of my video recording in case I come across to the #PianoMan again! I'm Kourosh Ziabari, a master's student of International Multimedia Journalism at the University of Kent's Centre for Journalism, and a 2016/17 FCO Chevening Scholar @KZiabari on Twitter :)

December 4th. 21:48pm

Location: St Pancras Station

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Stephan Croix

Makes me emotional!!!

November 5th. 07:19am

Location: St Pancras Station

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Stephan Croix

Great surprise !!!

November 5th. 07:18am

Location: St Pancras Station

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david hopkins

Who was the guy with dreadlocks and a dog, playing the piano at St Pancras station yesterday afternoon around 3pm? He was brilliant, some passionate playing. Then the police moved him on for busking. Whaaaat? They got into an argument. That was some talent. I'm a painter, don't know that much about music. First time I've ever stopped there and said Wow! what is this? Go for it!

October 30th. 16:52pm

Location: St Pancras Station

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Katerina Lomat

Katerina Lomat from Belarus playing beautiful music at St. Pancras International, King's Cross in London. July 2016.

October 17th. 19:36pm

Location: St Pancras Station

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George Harliono

Beethoven Sonata No. 8 in C minor Op. 13 3rd movement

September 25th. 11:51am

Location: Tate Modern

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