Trenton Piano Project brings music to the streets
TRENTON, Monday, October 31, 2016
The Trenton Piano Project was started with the idea of installing 5 pianos in various locations in the streets of Trenton "because music should be off-limits to no one." The first location is the old The Trenton Saving Fund Society building at 125 East State Street in downtown Trenton. From left, project founder Adams Sibley and Scotty Miller, drummer with the 1970s and 1980s disco band, Instant Funk.
(Michael Mancuso | For NJ.com)
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