Sing for Hope
Aug 05 - Sep 06
In partnership with the City of Beverly Hills and The Wallis, Sing for Hope is bringing its iconic community initiative, the Sing for Hope Pianos, to the parks and public spaces of Beverly Hills this summer. These pianos are one of the world's largest annually reccurring public arts projects, sparking impromptu music-making and connection. Anyone–from beginners to professionals–can stop and play!
FIND A PIANO! VIEW THE MAP HERE.
Each Sing for Hope Piano features a custom design by Los Angeles-based visual artists and will appear at various locations, including Beverly Hills City Hall, Beverly Gardens Park, the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, Will Rogers Memorial Park, La Cienega Park, and Roxbury Park for those walking by to play and listen, as well as appreciate the artwork. At the end of the project, the pianos will be placed in their “forever homes” at deserving schools, hospitals, and communities—Sing for Hope’s signature gesture of generosity.
Visual artists were selected by a volunteer adjudication panel of California-based art world luminaries and community leaders in June and include:
Laishan Mui Ito
The Miracle Project with The Wallis
Punk Me Tender