CLEVELAND -- Music is sometimes called the universal language and in Cleveland, a unique program is giving a whole new meaning to street music.
"Play Me, I'm Yours" has arrived in Cleveland. The worldwide program puts pianos in public places so anyone can participate.
Local companies donated the pianos and paint, then volunteers decorated them.
Many of the pianos are on the campus of Case Western Reserve University, with others around the city.
"The pianos provide an opportunity for people to meet, to mingle, to listen to music, to see the art and to play piano," said Kevin Slesh from Case Western Reserve University.
This musical program is a partnership between Case and the International Piano Competition.