Redmond Pianos in the Parks Event is July 22
REDMOND, WA - In partnership with One Reel, The City of Redmond will host the Pianos in the Parks event at the Redmond Central Connector Park on Saturday, July 22. Leading arts, music and community organizations are working together on this one-day event to bring a piano to the park that has been painted by local artist, Melanie Smith. Redmond’s Pianos in the Parks is a free music and arts programming event open to the community.
The event is located along the Redmond Central Connector Trail, making it a great destination to walk or bike. The day’s activities consist of the following schedule:
11:30 a.m. - Free Youth Piano Lessons with Kristina Lee Music
2:30 p.m. - Vis-a-Vis Society
4:00 p.m. OK Sweetheart
“Pianos in the Parks is a key way to celebrate arts,” states Mayor John Marchione. “It brings us in accord with the outdoors and our Redmond community. The Redmond Central Connector Park resonates as a grand showcase for public art and scores a successful event that reverberates the vibrancy and diversity of Redmond’s noted artistic culture.”
In addition to the July 22 piano at the Redmond Central Connector Park, the Pianos in the Parks series will have 11 pianos on view at locations around King County between July 13 and July 30. More information on the events and locations of the pianos can be found at http://pianosintheparks.org/.