Ever since 2012, these colorful public pianos show up every summer in Quebec, as early as May. They attract both amateur and professional musicians, and some of them are painted by remarkable local artists. Our pianos are installed in various Montreal neighborhoods, as well as in several other cities in Quebec.
Since the first piano on the Plateau-Mont-Royal in 2012, the number of Public Pianos has increased significantly, making them one of the most unifying events in Montreal today!
|2012||Plateau Mont-Royal (3 pianos)|
|2013||Plateau Mont-Royal (4 pianos), Ville-Marie (5 pianos), Côtes-des-Neiges, Rosemont (4 pianos), Sud-Ouest (1 piano), Verdun (2 pianos), Quebec (2 pianos), Pointe-à-Callière, Musée McCord.|
|2014 2015||Montreal (30 pianos), Trois-Rivières, Brossard, Longueuil, La Prairie, Chambly, Saint-Lambert, Botanical Gardens, Granby, Rawdon, Val-d’Or, Gatineau, Granby Zoo.|
|2016 2017||Around 90 public pianos throughout Quebec.|