I’ve seen so many street performers that, sometimes, they seem to blend together.
But this guy? He’s clearly got something special going for him…
When he started playing his guitar for local passersby, the man was surprised when a few guests stopped to really enjoy the entire show. Just take a look at who relished in his sweet tunes…if you need a pick-me-up, this is sure to brighten your day!
They’re hypnotized by his music. How cute is that?!
No matter what your personal politics happen to be, denying the existence of climate change is pretty hard to do at this point.
And that’s made even clearer when footage like this comes to light. Last month, composer Ludovico Einaudi created a piece called “Elegy for the Arctic” to raise awareness about the havoc climate change is wreaking on Earth’s northernmost point.
To drive his message home, he simply set up a grand piano among towering glaciers and played as they fell around him.
Through this project, Einaudi hopes to “turn into music the voices of the eight million people who ask for Arctic protection.”
If you’d like to learn more about Greenpeace and how you can help, visit the organization’s website.
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When an international version of The Voice welcomed this quiet girl onstage, no one knew what to expect. She was very young and clearly very nervous. Anything could have happened. Once the music started, though, something clicked.
She started singing in the most beautiful voice imaginable. She brought tears to her family’s eyes and won over the judges almost instantly.
You might not understand her language or style of song, but you can’t deny her talent. WOW.
This little girl was given the chance to do something incredible… and she delivered in a big, big way. Congrats!
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With all of the rising hatred around the world right now, it feels impossible to relate to other people.
If the comments sections on social media posts are any indication of how people really feel about each other, then it seems like we are doomed to experience fewer and fewer meaningful human connections until we separate ourselves completely.
But as the people of Choir! Choir! Choir! demonstrate, sometimes the only thing you need to connect with other people is a common interest, like singing your heart out in unison.
In 2011, Daveed Goldman and Nobu Adilman started the choir as a weekly get-together in Ontario, Canada, for people to sing pop music and enjoy each other’s company.
But they never anticipated that the number of members would reach into the thousands.
They came into the spotlight very quickly, going on to perform at several live events with musicians like Patti Smith and Tegan and Sara.
Now the choir meets twice a week at a tavern in downtown Toronto, beginning each session by handing out lyric sheets to everyone and mastering a song by the end of the night.
The best part is that they record all of their sessions for your viewing (and listening) pleasure. Trust me, you’re gonna want to experience their music for yourself.
The diversity of their many voices shows that amazing things can happen when different people work together.
And their latest performance in the Luminato Festival at the Hearn Generating Station in Toronto with 1,500 of them singing “Hallelujah” is nothing short of epic.
If you’re dying to hear more and want to follow all of their awe-inspiring performances, you can find them on their Facebook and YouTube pages. If you’re in the Toronto area, you can even join them!