Locate our pianos

We are pleased to announce that we have 3 permanent locations for our public pianos available for everyone to play for free 24-hours everyday.

Also check out our newest public pianos designed by SUTD and NAFA students as part of our collaboration with Archifest 2017, located under the Esplanade Bridge from 7 October to 30 November 2017!

Find our public pianos on Google map here. 

Updated public piano locations as of 8 October 2017:

Under the Esplanade Bridge (in collaboration with Archifest 2017)
From 7 October to 30 November 2017
Two upright pianos available 24 hours for playing

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The URA Centre *Permanent Location!*
Ground level, Piano Park
Address: 45 Maxwell Rd, Singapore 069118
Two upright pianos available 24 hours for playing

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National University of Singapore, University Town *Permanent Location!*
Level 2, Stephen Riady Centre
Address: 2 College Avenue West, Singapore 138607
Two upright pianos available 24 hours for playing

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Bukit Panjang Community Club *Permanent Location!*
Ground level, Badminton Court
Address: 8 Pending Road, Singapore 678295
Two upright pianos available 24 hours for playing

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Find out more about these pianos and the artists behind them here.

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Third Edition: 27 August – December 2016

  • 27 August – 15 September 2016:
    Singapore Art Museum (SAM) at 8Q
  • 16 September 2016:
    Grassroots Book Room #ParkingDaySG
  • 16 September – 31 October 2016:
    Under Bayfront Avenue Bridge
  • 1 November – 31 December 2016
    Suntec City Convention Centre
  • 1 December – 31 December 2016
    Special Christmas Edition: Mandarin Gallery

Permanent locations from 26 June onwards: 
• The URA Centre
• National University of Singapore, Utown, Level 2 of Stephen Riady Centre

Find out how you can be a venue host for our pianos here.

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Second Edition: March – June 2016

May – June 2016: Bras Basah.Bugis district
• Singapore Art Museum (SAM) at 8Q
• Singapore Management University (SMU), Lee Kong Chian School of Business
• School of the Arts, Singapore (SOTA)
• Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA), Campus 3, Lee Foundation Theatre

4 – 30 April 2016: Under the Bridge series
• Under the Esplanade Bridge (near Jubilee Bridge and the Esplanade)
• Under the Esplanade Bridge (near Merlion Park)
• Under the Bayfront Bridge (near Youth Olympic Park)
• Under the Bayfront Bridge (near Art Science Museum)

4 – 27 March 2016:
As part of iLight Marina Bay
• One Fullerton, Entrance Plaza
• Under the Esplanade Bridge
• The Float at Marina Bay, at Gate G2.
• Under the Bayfront Ave Bridge, end of the Helix Bridge near Marina Bay Sands

Check out the Google map below for directions to our public pianos.

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First Edition: September – November 2015

18 – 20 September 2015:
Aliwal Arts Centre

21 September – 1 October 2015:
The URA Centre

2 – 16 October 2015
Under the Esplanade Bridge

17 – 28 October 2015
The Arts House at Old Parliament

28 October – 9 November 2015
Empress Lawn, outside Victoria Concert Hall. In partnership with Singapore Writers Festival 2015.

9 –  14 November 2015
Marina Bay City Gallery

14 – 15 November 2015
Asian Civilisation Museum

Find out how you can be a venue host for our pianos here.

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