Yo-Yo Ma performs surprise concert after receiving COVID-19 vaccine

Yo-Yo Ma knows how to celebrate and how to make people ugly cry.
After receiving his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine on Saturday, the renowned cellist made his way to the waiting area and put on a surprise performance for his Massachusetts distribution center. 
Though the 65-year-old could have easily spent the 15-minute observational period in silence, Richard Hall of the Berkshire COVID-19 Vaccine Collaborative explained to The Berkshire Eagle that Ma "wanted to give something back," to the community.
Several videos of a masked-up Ma playing his cello to a crowd of recently vaccinate people were posted to the Berkshire Community College Facebook page on Saturday. He can be heard playing familiar songs such as "Ave Maria" and Bach's Prelude in G Major, and the performance is unexpectedly emotional to watch. Read more... More about Music , Coronavirus , Culture , Web Culture , and Music

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