Public pianos are for inspiration

Understandably hours of playing must be limited, but may this become a fun epidemic

Having played on two of (Oak Bay’s) beautifully painted pianos, I am hoping that young children hearing the sounds might feel inspired to learn (the instrument).

Having trained to be a pianist in the 1950s, this pleasure lasts a lifetime, through thick and thin, and all the in between stuff.

My two young grandsons were recently in Liverpool, and found painted pianos there.

Understandably hours of playing must be limited, but may this become a fun epidemic and reach across Canada.

Ursula Yorke

Oak Bay