Since entire communities are staying home, art and artists have begun using social media to uplift others. A Barcelona-based pianist, Alberto Gestoso, moved his piano onto his balcony, where he played a few numbers for the neighbors. As he began to play Celine Dion's "My Heart Will Go On" from Titanic, a saxophonist, Alexander Lebron Torrent, who was a few balconies away, joined him as neighbors cheered and applauded. The video posted by Gestoso's partner, Ramon Santana, earlier this week has more than 1.7 million views, according to ET Canada.
Watch the video below.
\u201cDuring the quarantine, a pianist in Barcelona went to his balcony to play \u201cMy Heart Will Go On\u201d for his neighborhood.\n\nAfter he started, a sax player in the building next door joined him.\n\nI\u2019m here for all of this...\ud83c\udf0e\u2764\ufe0fhttps://t.co/3utPYfDbua\u201d
— Rex Chapman\ud83c\udfc7\ud83c\udffc (@Rex Chapman\ud83c\udfc7\ud83c\udffc)
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