Mar 08, 2021
By Christine Ross
With live music venues shut down, an orchestra in Venezuela is taking the music to the people.
Sixteen musicians climbed on a flatbed truck and wearing face masks, began to play as they travelled around the capital of the South American country.
The mobile orchestra has been playing on the streets to give people a brief respite from the pandemic.
The unusual performance included a cello, violins and even a Steinway and Sons grand piano.
Venezuelan pianist and composer Jose Agustin Sanchez came up with the idea.