In this 2011 photo provided by Sing for Hope, Sing for Hope Co-Founding Directors Camille Zamora, left, and Monica Yunus lean on a piano decorated by artist Jillian Logue, after it found its final home in Betances Community Center in the Bronx borough of New York. A festival featuring 88 pianos planted all around New York City's streets and parks is returning this summer. It's called Sing for Hope Pianos and will run from June 1, 2013 through June 16. Each of the pianos will be painted and decorated by different artists.(AP Photo/Sing for Hope, Lekha Singh)

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In this 2011 photo provided by Sing for Hope, Sing for Hope Co-Founding Directors Camille Zamora, left, and Monica Yunus lean on a piano decorated by artist Jillian Logue, after it found its final home in Betances Community Center in the Bronx borough of New York. A festival featuring 88 pianos planted all around New York City's streets and parks is returning this summer. It's called Sing for Hope Pianos and will run from June 1, 2013 through June 16. Each of the pianos will be painted and decorated by different artists.(AP Photo/Sing for Hope, Lekha Singh)
In this 2011 photo provided by Sing for Hope, Sing for Hope Co-Founding Directors Camille Zamora, left, and Monica Yunus lean on a piano decorated by artist Jillian Logue, after it found its final home in Betances Community Center in the Bronx borough of New York. A festival featuring 88 pianos planted all around New York City's streets and parks is returning this summer. It's called Sing for Hope Pianos and will run from June 1, 2013 through June 16. Each of the pianos will be painted and decorated by different artists.(AP Photo/Sing for Hope, Lekha Singh)
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