At Italy’s oldest music conservatory, students continue playing behind glass panels to curb COVID-19
The pandemic, which struck Lombardy first in Italy, and Italy first within the West, forged the 1,700 students asunder. For the primary months of whole lockdown, they might solely comply with lessons on-line.
Linda Facchinetti performs her flute behind a clear panel to curb the unfold of COVID-19. Picture by way of The Related Press/Antonio Calanni
Jazz orchestra musicians and singers put on face masks and practise on the Giuseppe Verdi Music Conservatory’s cloister earlier than a rehearsal, in Milan, Italy. Picture by way of The Related Press/Antonio Calanni
Giuseppe Verdi jazz orchestra musicians and singers play their devices behind a clear panel. Picture by way of The Related Press/Antonio Calanni
A musician performs his saxophone earlier than playing a rehearsal. Picture by way of The Related Press/Antonio Calanni
Regardless of the instrument, students at Italy’s oldest and largest music conservatory have been playing behind clear screens throughout a lot of the pandemic. Picture by way of The Related Press/Antonio Calanni
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