Sing for Hope to Bring Painted Pianos to Super Bowl XLVIII, 2/2

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Sing for Hope to Bring Painted Pianos to Super Bowl XLVIII, 2/2

Sing for Hope, the nonprofit arts organization behind the annual city-wide public art project the Sing for Hope Pianos, will display two newly painted pianos on Sunday, February 2, 2014 at the NFL On Location Super Bowl Club on the Super Bowl stadium campus in East Rutherford, NJ.

The pianos, which feature artwork inspired by the themes of football and New York City, will be included as part of The NFL On Location Super Bowl Club pregame party adjacent to MetLife Stadium. NFL On Location is the National Football League's official source for event experiences and hospitality.

The exhibit features an upright piano painted by NFL quarterback Kurt Warner with his wife Brenda Warner and their daughter, Sing for Hope Volunteer Artist Jesse Jo Warner. The second piano, a baby grand, was painted by artist Jessica Browne-White and high school students from Sing for Hope's educational programs.

"Sing for Hope is thrilled to be a part of Super Bowl XLVIII!" said Sing for Hope co-founders Monica Yunus and Camille Zamora. "Both the arts and sports are all about teamwork, passion, and maximizing potential. We are so excited that the Sing for Hope Pianos will pay tribute to the New York/New Jersey community at this historic event."

Both pianos will be on display for NFL On Location Super Bowl Club ticketholders at the NFL On Location pregame party inside the stadium security perimeter prior to the game.

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