St. Louis Lambert International (STL) has installed a temporary piano in Terminal 2 and is inviting travelers to tickle the ivories as part of the global Make Music Day celebrations June 21.
The airport is one of more than a dozen venues across St. Louis with temporary piano installations supplied by the local nonprofit Make Music St. Louis. The STL piano has a custom-painted octopus theme and is located across from gate E33.
“Make Music Day is a city-wide celebration of music where anyone and everyone is invited to either join and play music, or host performances,” says Nika Leoni and Kathy Favazza, Founding Directors of Make Music St. Louis.
The Make Music Piano at STL, sponsored by Jackson Pianos, will remain in Terminal 2 through Labor Day. STL recently introduced its own permanent “Play Me” piano in Terminal 1, at the Aero stage across from Starbucks, as part of the airport Lambert Art & Culture Program.