(The Washington Post)
Arts & Entertainment
Cellist Yo-Yo Ma uses music to touch people, even through a screen
Despite not being able to be on stage in front of people, classical musician Yo-Yo Ma plays music virtually to foster community. He played his cello for Geoff Edgers on Instagram Live on July 31.
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