Montreal's 28 Free Public Pianos To Be Removed This Week On Wednesday
Your last chance to enjoy an outdoor piano performance.
Photo cred - Antoine Amnotte-Dupuis
With the weather steadily declining in temperature, Montreal will begin to move events and activities from outdoor to indoors, including its public pianos.
Piano publics de Montreal announced via Facebook that all of the city's outdoor instruments will be removed on Wednesday, September 17th, meaning you only have two more days to tap on those ebony and ivory keys, if your fingers can handle the crisp Fall weather.
The only exception to the piano closures is the public piano in Place du Coteau-Saint-Louis outside Laurier metro station, which will be removed on September 22nd.
If you're a secret piano prodigy who needs to share their gift with the world, or you just want to experience the novelty of playing a piano outside, find the public piano closest to you using this map.
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