Bringing people together through music
The Glasgow Piano Project CIC owes its roots to a daydream of founder Tom Binns, who had the sudden urge to bring a choir together around an acoustic piano in Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Park to sing a gospel song he’d rewritten.
Driven by the prospect of bringing people together through music, he started Glasgow Piano City, with the aim of encouraging and facilitating new appreciation of acoustic pianos in Glasgow and beyond.
Now known as The Piano Project, the social enterprise strives to create opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to play the highest quality acoustic pianos through events and activities.
Instruments are also loaned out to venues across the city for performances, events, conferences, festivals, workshops or private occasions.