Meet the Piano Man of Washington Square Park. Four times a week, Colin Huggins, 40, pushes an 800-pound piano down the street to the iconic Greenwich Village gathering spot. His life goal is to bring music — and a few tears — to the masses.
At the end of each performance, Huggins allows a few spectators to experience the vibrations of the baby grand piano from underneath the massive instrument. “Its goes through me,” an emotional audience member, named Margarita, told The Post. “It’s like you feel an energy in this place.”