I heard music as I crossed the street to Bonifacio High Street. I thought it was a band performing at the entertainment center. I followed where the music was coming from and found a crowd gathered around a quadriplegic singing a Daughtry song. A microphone was attached to his wheelchair and there were speakers by his feet--he was accompanied by a minus one. He had a powerful voice, too!
On my next visit to High Street, I saw a juggler and an acoustic trio. BCG's Impromptu gives unknown street artists a venue to share their passions and show off their exceptional talent and creativity. Street artists don't have to pay for rent, the space is for free--all they need are their talent, instruments, props and the enthusiasm to perform.
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There are so many talented people out there who never get a chance to show what they can do - I love the street musicians, and never knowing who or what you might see at each visit!
nice colourful sign
A great initiative.
That is a great idea of any urban neighborhood.
a wonderful free entertainment for shoppers. also a good venue for performers.
What a great idea! I bet they find some great entertainers!
Love this sign encouraging talent to be aired in a public place! Great idea!
That's a wonderful idea! For sure these acts attract a large crowd. I've never been to BGC yet.
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