The Hands Movement announces another piano lesson in the street dedicated to demonstrating people from all walks of life that they have what it takes to be a musician.
BOSTON, October 5th, 2016. The Hands Movement, the not for profit known for taking pianos in public spaces across America to teach people of all ages and skill levels to play the instrument and prove that anyone can be a musician is announcing a new event in Boston, MA.
Hands Faneuil Hall Marketplace marks the organization’s return to the city, two years after the event which launched its mission and turned The Hands Movement into an internet viral sensation thanks to the YouTube video called “Hands Boston - Watch These Brave People Learn Piano for the First Time.”
Alyssa O’Toole, Founder & Director of The Hands Movement, encouraged Bostonians to attend the event: "We are pushing a piano into the street to introduce you to the musician you didn't know you had in you. We guarantee a great time, falling in love with music, and the chance to be featured in a viral video, so bring the whole family. This isn't a music lesson you'd want to miss."
About The Hands Movement
The Hands Movement is a young organization believing that music should be accessible and enjoyable for everyone, and striving to make this possible. Hands believes that there is no such thing as a non-musician and that no amount of inadequacy or inexperience should stop people from feeling the happiness of making music.
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