VIOLINIST ENTERTAIN SHOPPERS IN EMPTY TP AISLE

Mar 20, 2020

By Andy Johnson

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Two violinists, complete with life jackets, said they just wanted to give people “hope and a laugh” when they began playing music from the move “Titanic” in an empty toilet paper aisle in an American supermarket.
 
Bonnie Van Dyke (on the right) came up with the idea after watching concerts be cancelled, theatres and concert halls close and work disappear.
She, and fellow violinist Emer Kinsalla, called it a small dose of medicine during an uncertain time right across the globe.
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