This Sing for Hope piano in Riverside Park has the best views

Updated: Mar 17, 2020

New Yorkers have until Sunday, June 23 to enjoy this year's Sing for Hope pianos–the 50 artist-designed pianos placed temporarily in parks and public spaces throughout the five boroughs.

Haven't had a chance to tickle the ivories in public just yet? Head straight to this Sing for Hope piano with some of the best views in the city.

Painted by Washington Heights-born self-trained artist Nick Stavrides, the "In the Depths of" piano is perched in the middle of a rotunda in Riverside Park between 151st and 152nd Streets.

Sit down to play, and you won't just get incredible views of the Hudson River, but the George Washington Bridge in the distance as well.

Choice of river-themed music is optional.

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