Passengers at the piano bring high notes to Frankfurt Airport
Fraport AG’s manager responsible for the piano project, Dr. Thomas Frank says: “This initiative is aimed at making the time our guests spend at Frankfurt Airport as enjoyable as possible – by providing passengers with a musical surprise. During the first days, passengers could already find their way to the FRA piano simply by following the sound of music until seeing a crowd of spectators in the distance. Certainly, our piano for passengers is reaching the right high notes.”
Comments from enthusiastic passengers include: “It’s great – live music before my eight-hour flight; don’t stop the music!” The piano is a welcome diversion for listeners and an opportunity for musically-inclined passengers to present their talent and love of music. “My piano teacher always says I should take advantage of showing what I can do,” says 10-year-old Antonius, as he sits down at the piano (More in this video: http://fraport.cms-gomex.com/ ). For now, the piano is available for a three-month test phase.
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