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Piano players around the world unite during pandemic for virtual recital

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27 July 2020

On 27 July 2020 Reuters reported: When the coronavirus forced millions of people around the world into lockdown, many sought ways to connect with others and learn new skills online. One app invited aspiring pianists to learn the song 'You Raise Me Up' for free. It turned into the world's largest virtual recital, said the creators of the app, Playground Sessions, after posting a video of everyone playing together online this month. Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of culture, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.

Over 7,000 people from 52 countries took part in the class, [said Playground Sessions chief executive Chris Vance], and nearly 1,000 submitted videos of their performances -- now edited harmoniously together.

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