How pro tuba player adapted during a year of COVID-19, when live music went silent | USA TODAY

How pro tuba player adapted during a year of COVID-19, when live music went silent | USA TODAY 1

 

One year of COVID-19: musician's story centers on adaptability
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6 Comments on "How pro tuba player adapted during a year of COVID-19, when live music went silent | USA TODAY"

  1. First like first comment 😁

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  3. I’m early yessir

  4. Mike Rodriguez | March 15, 2021 at 2:09 PM | Reply

    “Meanwhile at your local cafe”
    Silence
    “Meanwhile at your local theater”
    Silence
    “Meanwhile at your local mom and pop grocery store”
    Staring out the window to a packed to the brim Walmart
    “Meanwhile at your local church”
    Silence

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