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Published 26.04.2020 11:55

An Egyptian student violinist is offering free concerts to his neighbours on his balcony amid the country’s lockdown.

A student violinist, Mohammed Aly, from the University of Cairo has decided to use his talent to lift spirits during the country’s lockdown. Aly says he noticed that the Covid-19 pandemic is putting a lot of stain on people psychologically and that everyone is very bored staying at home as such he decided to put on a concert for his neighbours to “lessen the boredom for others and himself.”

   
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