Steinway & Sons "Hoffnungsklavier" in a unique Design & Factory Tour

Description

The pianist and composer David Ianni and the DKMS have a very special auction on the occasion of the World Blood Cancer Day: Together with Steinway & Sons, an Essex piano is auctioned. The music instrument has been transformed into a unique artistic piece by the children of the Mercator School in Berlin, under the guidance of the Luxemburgish artist Raphael Gindt. Before the piano being overhanded to you at the Steinway manufacture in Hamburg, David Ianni tours with it to the biggest railway stations in Germany from May 23rd to 28th, in order to find with this "Hoffnungsklavier" and his composition "Friends" new stem cell donors for blood cancer patients. Bid now and secure this absolutely unique instrument!

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Additional details

You bid on something you cannot buy: a Steinway & Sons Essex piano in a unique design.

  • Title: "Hoffnungsklavier" (piano of hope)
    • Designed by children of the Mercator school in Berlin under the guidance of the Luxemburgish artist Raphael Gindt
    • Handing over at the Steinway manufacture in Hamburg, including a guided tour through the manufacture
    • Includes the transport from Hamburg

The proceeds of the auction "Steinway & Sons "Hoffnungsklavier" in a unique Design & Factory Tour" go directly and without any deductions to the DKMS.

Charity

DKMS Deutsche Knochenmarkspenderdatei - Blutkrebs besiegen - weltweit

DKMS Deutsche Knochenmarkspenderdatei

Defeat blood cancer - worldwide

Every 15 minutes, someone in Germany gets the shattering diagnosis of blood cancer. Many patients are children and youths, whose only chance to cure is a stem cell donation. The aim of the DKMS is to find a fitting life saver for every patient.