Making Music

Recent Reynolds Secondary grad Alastair Kierulf 2 pianos in Downtown Victoria for the public to play.

Reynolds Secondary School graduate Alastair Kierulf and sixteen-year-old Monique Sekhon play a duet to kick off the Make Me Sing project on the corner of Belleville and Government Streets on Victoria's Inner Harbour.



Reynolds Secondary School graduate Alastair Kierulf and sixteen-year-old Monique Sekhon play a duet to kick off the Make Me Sing project on the corner of Belleville and Government Streets on Victoria’s Inner Harbour. This marks the second year of the project brought to Victoria by Kierulf as part of a school project for his leadership class. Two pianos have been placed downtown, one on the Inner Harbour and the other at CRD Square on Government and Fisgard Streets inviting residents and visitors alike to stop and perform showing off their talent from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. everyday until July 14.

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