THE GRAND PIANO PURSUIT


ARTIST ANTHONY ANDREOLI

Cleveland Public Square is excited to be 1 of 15 Cleveland locations (JUNE 11 - AUGUST 7) for The Grand Piano Pursuit in commemoration of the upcoming 2021 Cleveland International Piano Competition presented by Piano Cleveland! The instrument has been creatively repurposed by local artist Anthony Andreoli of Andreoli Restoration.


Join us #InTheSquare to play a tune and share on social media! Tag: @CLEPublicSquare, @PianoCleveland, and @AndreoliRestoration




THE GRAND PIANO PURSUIT

Piano Cleveland’s scavenger hunt is in commemoration of the upcoming 2021 Cleveland International Piano Competition. The scavenger hunt will feature pianos that have been uniquely repurposed by Cleveland artists and reimagined into new artwork. The local art pieces will be placed throughout our city and Clevelanders will have the opportunity to explore “The Land” and find these works for a chance to win prizes.

CLEVELAND INTERNATIONAL PIANO COMPETITION

The Cleveland International Piano Competition is one of the most renowned international classical music competitions in the world and will showcase the pinnacle of classical piano artists.


To learn more about The Grand Piano Pursuit and the 2021 Cleveland International Piano Competition visit PIANOCLEVELAND.ORG.


ARTIST CONCEPT | ANTHONY ANDREOLI

"Inspired by downtown Cleveland and reverence for the historic beauty and architecture of the Public Square. Multigenerational family members including myself have had a part in building many of the structures that create Cleveland’s landscape and beautiful skyline. From historic and industrial to modern this place and the built environment is special to me.

My design is a piano sculpturally transformed utilizing metal and wood symbolically merging the old and the new in the city. This is an ode to the Art Deco exemplified under Cleveland’s Bridges and in Tower City; the gritty Industri­al edge and infusion of metal in the skyline silhouetting and other modern twists like the curves of the new Public Square and unique concrete formwork."