Friday, November 09, 2007

Musicians with disabilities to play at Carnegie Hall

People with special needs from more than eight countries will perform at U.N. headquarters and Carnegie Hall as part of the Dec. 3 International Day of Disabled Persons. "I don't want audiences to be impressed by the fact that I can perform despite lacking fingers," said Tokyo pianist Kai Kobayashi, 16. "I hope that my performance will fascinate people purely with the way it sounds." The Daily Yomiuri (Japan)

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