The arts without audiences

#coronavirus #music #art #jazz

“Most of the #theaters can’t afford to keep their auditorium open at limited capacity and that feels scary.” says Danusia SAMAL – Actor, writer and musician, co-founder The Virtual Collaborators project

While China MOSES, singer & radio show host on TSF Jazz & Jazz FM thinks “We can’t do social distancing in a Jazz club, that’s just not going to work. We will have to get really inventive, that is what artists do.”

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