Violinist plays titanic episode in front of empty toilet paper shelf

So far, the start of 2020 has been dismal, according tomedia CNET. From australian wildfires to outbreaks of the new corona virus, the mood may be very low. But in the United States, the two violinists have a relaxed response to the whole situation, and especially the obsession with hoarding toilet paper.

Violinist plays titanic episode in front of empty toilet paper shelf

Professional violinists Bonnie von Duyke and Emer Kinsella wore prominent life jackets to the empty toilet paper shelves of a Los Angeles supermarket. They played the titanic’s classic episode “Nearer, My God, To Thee” in front of a snapped-up shelf.

You can enjoy the delightful concert in a video posted on von Duyke’s YouTube channel.

Von Duyke details in the video description that “many musicians and freelancers are currently losing their jobs.” Several concerts and events were cancelled. “I’m a freelance artist myself, and I didn’t give up on it, and I want the audience to be aware of my service during this period of isolation. “

Von Duyke ends the video by saying, “Sir, it’s a great honor to play with you tonight.” “