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Cathedral of St. John the Divine

Cathedral of St. John the Divine: Amsterdam Ave. at 111th St.

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  1. This was the 3rd and final piano we played last Wednesday, June 30. Dom gave a great tour of St John's afterwards!!
  2. Playing her first Manhattan piano on July 2, second day of her "piano tour."
  3. "Play Me, I'm Yours" was a dream come true for me: playing piano on the streets of New York in just about every location imaginable. I can't thank Luke Jerram, sing for hope, and all the volunteers enough for pulling off this special event. It was amazing to see so many pianists come out and play, and especially touching to hear so many gifted and talented children step up to what is a very challenging instrument (and play it in public on one of the world's biggest stages).

    In the beginning, I set out to play all five boroughs, but soon realized my day job wouldn't easily accommodate all the travel and logistics involved. So I reset my sights instead on playing every available Manhattan piano (and a few in Brooklyn and Queens). By the end of two weeks I had achieved my goal.

    My pieces are all improvisations, so playing on the streets of New York allowed me to share my spontaneous, energetic music with a city whose rhythms and tones have informed and influenced my music for years. The chance to publicly give back to a city whose people, music, and spirit have brought me joy for decades was the opportunity of a lifetime. Thanks for watching and listening.

    From the heart,

    Sandy Santra
  4. Jazz/Rock Singer/Songwriter Jennifer Lee Snowden on her journey to play all 29 Manhattan painted pianos for "Play Me I'm Yours" on the New York City Streets.

    Read the blog, listen to the music, see the videos and catch the press at http://jenniferleesnowden.wordpress.com
  5. Hi and happy weekend. Our band, Speed the Plough, decided to celebrate the 4th of July by heading over to New York City and doing a little impromptu performance in the plaza adjacent to the Cathedral of S. John the Divine. Here's "Kentucky Moon." Our video is thanks to Katie Demeski.

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