Man tows piano on bike to play in Paris while violinist haunts Trafalgar square

The haunting moments are being shared across the Internet, and these are the two that grabbed our attention.  A man
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The haunting moments are being shared across the Internet, and these are the two that grabbed our attention.  A man who brought his piano by bike to the Balaclan to play Imagine, and a solo violinist who played mournfully in Trafalgar square before disappearing.

Last night this German man pulled a grand piano down the road behind his bike, and stopped 10 metres away from the Bataclan, the scene of the horrible concert-massacre in central Paris.  Then he started playing Lennon’s Imagine in front of a gathering on-street audience to create a moment everyone is sharing online.

 

 

In a similar moment in a vigil in London, a man played a single violin to the crowds gathered at Trafalgar Square.  His music was emotional and captivating, causing people to hold up their phones as vigil-flashlights.

Simple, memorable moments of people and music coming together to mourn.

Have you seen other moments like this?

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