At St. Pancras Station, who has played the gifted piano of Sir Elton John?

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Sir Elton John’s Surprise Performance at St. Pancras International

A Commute Brightened by a Legend

On February 4, 2016, commuters at London’s St. Pancras International were treated to an unexpected delight when Sir Elton John appeared for a surprise piano performance. He played on a piano specifically placed for this event, leaving onlookers with unforgettable memories of their morning commute.

A Generous Gift to London

Following his performance, Sir Elton left a lasting gift to the station and its visitors by donating the piano he played on. He signed it with a heartfelt message, “It’s a gift. Love, Elton John.” This gesture was made in celebration of the release of his 30th studio album, “Wonderful Crazy Night.”

Sharing the Joy on Social Media

Sir Elton took to Instagram to share the news of his spontaneous performance and the donation of the Yamaha piano to the station, inviting everyone to enjoy the instrument. His post read, “Surprise!! I popped into St Pancras International to christen the Yamaha piano which I donated to the station. Now everyone can have a play.”

A Piano for All to Enjoy

Since then, the piano has been a source of joy and music for many, played by international stars, emerging talents, and casual players alike. Jools Holland, another celebrated musician, was among the notable figures to play the piano, doing so before the release of his new instrumental piano album in September 2016.

Experience the moment Sir Elton John surprised commuters with a live performance at St. Pancras International. Watch the video below to witness this special event and the legacy of music he left behind.

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