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April 07, 2010



yeah even I enjoy listening to them the subway musicians- reminds me of Simon and Garfunkel's lyrics- 'the words of the prophet are written on the subway walls'- you can listen to the music of the lord in the subways - it's so amazing!


Thanks for sharing this Savia.. there is another amazing violinist at union who plays fabulous classical tunes, as well a girl at the Go Train/ACC path, who is a UofT alumni, and plays just beautifully! a BIG thanks to all these artists for keep the music going for us!

Savia R

@Lachman: You're absolutely right and I love that quote... so true.
@Noman: I am always amazed with the talent that you see around the city.

Filipina Dating

Yeah listening to subway musicians is one way of relaxing and releasing of bored. More specially if you hear the playing of violin it so wonderful I can spend a lot of times waiting here and listening to them.

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