Pianodrome: from viable social enterprise to global arts project
July 7, 2021

Pianodrome: from viable social enterprise to global arts project

Pianodrome being constructed with old pianos used as seating and for playing in a dome
Photo credit: Olivier Bardin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A journey starting with 2 Scottish creative founders’ love of old and discarded pianos: from launching a viable social enterprise to transforming it into a global arts project.

For one very special Edinburgh-based creative project, an entire constellation of stars were involved in the transformation of a brilliant idea into a social enterprise with global potential. Without those shining stars, Pianodrome founders Tim Vincent-Smith and Matt Wright say their concept for a living sculpture and performance space made entirely from vintage pianos would never have become such a stellar success.

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