Sunday in the Park with Peter

Friday, August 24, 2012

The Werner Piano Cafe by Kim Bateman, artist
Photo courtesy City of Shoreline

Piano Time 2012 Performance August 26 

Take a stroll on the Interurban Trail and wander over to the yellow piano on the red brick road to catch the next to last Piano Time performance. 

Peter V Stevens, co-founder of the Seattle Pianist Collective, will be playing the Werner Café Piano, Kim Bateman, artist, from 1 – 2:30pm on Sunday, August 26th. 

Stevens’ performance will include music for kids, contemporary, classical and original compositions. Stay for a bit or the whole time. Bring a blanket or chair or lie on the grass. Or get up and dance to the music. 

The piano is located in the Park at Town Center, just north of the Walgreens at N 175th between Aurora and Midvale Ave N. 

While you’re on the trail remember to check out the Sculpture Stroll artwork. Ten significant sculptures are on view in the Park along the brick road and in the lawn at City Hall. A Sculpture Stroll map and a Piano Time map with images and locations are on the City’s website.

The pianos will be moved to City Hall for storage on August 29th. The final Piano Time concert is that evening at 6pm with Eric “Two Scoops” Moore and his combo playing the City Hall grand piano, Shoreline Rocks by Kelly Lyles. 

Piano Time is a City of Shoreline project, funded in part by a grant from 4Culture and the collaboration of Prosser Piano and other area businesses. 

For more information contact Ros Bird, Public Art Coordinator, 206-801-2661.


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