The musician came to receive the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine
The residents of Massachusetts who came for the coronavirus vaccination unexpectedly became spectators of a small concert when the famous cellist Yo-Yo-Ma, having received the second vaccination, took out his instrument.
The masked musician took a seat against the wall of the hall at Berkshire Community College, where people stay for a while after vaccinations for observation.
His concert lasted approximately 15 minutes and ended with the applause of the other attendees.
A prominent musician who spends some time in the area said he “wanted to give something in return,” Richard Hall of the Berkshireaccine Collaborative told the Berkshire Eagle newspaper.
Massachusetts Rep. William Pignatelli praised Ma for bringing people “hope and optimism with his beautiful music.”