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Have you been wondering what we’ve had planned for the pianos sitting, covered, on the 1st floor of the Dome near the elevator shaft?

If you were in the library around noon today, you found out!

Today’s “Art Under the Dome” featured students from SDSU piano classes. They performed a variety of works, not just the usual (but good!) fare of Mozart and Bach.

I noticed a lot of people put down their books, closed their laptops, and paused in their tracks to listen. How could you not?

The piano keys are black and white
but they sound like a million colors in your mind
― Maria Cristina Mena, The Collected Stories of Maria Cristina Mena

Art Under the Dome piano concert
Art Under the Dome piano concert
Art Under the Dome piano concert
Art Under the Dome piano concert
Art Under the Dome piano concert
Art Under the Dome piano concert
Art Under the Dome piano concert

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Tuning the library's grand pianos
Tuning the library's grand pianos

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