Parisian opera singer belts out balcony tunes during lockdown
PARIS An opera artist in Paris is giving daily concerts from his / her balcony home window to lift up his neighbours’ spirits in the nationwide lockdown enforced for you to contain the propagate of the coronavirus.
Opera tenor Stephane Senechal has taken for you to opening his windows together with belting out there classic music every day on 7 s. m., serenading neighbors forced to stay interior by the lockdown the government applied two weeks in the past.
“I’m not a doctor, I’m not a hero, I’m not a hospital staff. The only thing that I know how to do is to sing, to try to bring a bit of joy, ” Senechal told Reuters TV.
Senechal, 43, is doing this ever since the French lockdown started with March 18. He explained he was buying a way to charm and encourage his friends and neighbors, most of who are elderly.
On Wednesday, Senechal belted out the hit “Somewhere” from the musical “West Side Story, ” dedicating it to health workers around the world on the frontline of what President Emmanuel Macron has called the “war” within the coronavirus.
French health regulators reported 231 new death from coronavirus on Wednesday, taking the overall to 1, 331.