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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 700 pianos have now been installed in 30 cities across the globe, from New York to London bearing the simple invitation Play Me, I’m Yours.  The project has reached more than two 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. 

There are three Street Pianos still available to play in London two at St Pancras International Station – one is located near the Eurostar arrivals gate and the other in the main shopping arcade. These pianos are being regularly repaired and tuned courtesy of St Pancras Station Management team. The third Street Piano is located at Herne Hill Railway Station in South London and is being cared for by local residents and shopkeepers with support from Herne Hill ForumWatch this brilliant film 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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Glenn Brown

St Pancras pianos such a great idea - giving people an opportunity to play and listen, that otherwise does not exist. Thanks to the station for keeping the street pianos alive in London. Playing at the station has inspired me to make some recordings below: https://soundcloud.com/glennbrownmusic http://glennbrown.bandcamp.com

November 3rd. 00:25am

Location: St Pancras Station

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George Harliono

Published on Oct 16, 2014 George Harliono (age 12) performs the 3rd movement of Beethoven's Waldstein Sonata No. 21 in C Major

October 17th. 08:33am

Location: St Pancras Station

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George Harliono

George Harliono (12) playing Waldstein Piano Sonata No.21 in C Major Op.53 by Beethoven, Play Me I'm Yours.

October 13th. 11:45am

Location: St Pancras Station

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Craig Greenslade

September 2012, 2am. Recital of Elton Johns "Rocket Man" #itscraigg #thisislondon

September 19th. 08:13am

Location: St Pancras Station

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Santiago Outes

Hello everyone! I bring my video at St. Pancras Station. Last June, I visited London and recorded this playing music of The Beatles. Who had this wonderful idea of Street Pianos, my congratulations! Santiago Outes. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

September 18th. 21:19pm

Location: St Pancras Station

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Veronica

My name is Verónica Villa-Agudelo and I'm a journalist and writer from Colombia. Last July I spent some time in London and transited St. Pancras rail station on a regular basis, and couldn't help to notice the blue August Förster piano they keep there for travelers to play. It awoke my interest and I decided to write a short story (Or a series of short stories) about people who play it, how the interact and so on. But of course, the main character is the piano, so I was wondering if any of you could help me identifying its model and maybe providing me some technical details about it (Date of building, weight, sound features) Any help or information you can provide, will be most welcome. Thanks for your time and for sharing beautiful stories about these amazing instruments that bring so much magic to the world.

September 1st. 17:09pm

Location: St Pancras Station

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