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Videos: Choir Creates Beautiful NY Moment Outside Of Carnegie Hall During The Blackout

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When the lights went out in New York City on Saturday night, the sun was still lining up with the city’s street grid for the year’s final Manhattanhenge sunset. And that’s when a choir took to the streets outside of Carnegie Hall, where they had been set to perform that evening, to deliver the perfect soundtrack to the scene that was unfolding. As the FDNY arrived at the iconic venue, the Millennial Choir put on an impromptu sidewalk show for an audience of New Yorkers and tourists who happened to be passing by.

The choir, who were not able to perform their final show at the venue due to the hours-long blackout, posted on social media: “We made the best of the unfortunate situation and performed some of our pieces outside for passersby to enjoy during the stressful time… we feel blessed to have been able to touch many more hearts in an unexpected way from the streets of beautiful New York City.”

The moment—which happened 42 years to the day after the 1977 blackout—was captured on many, many phones:

The cast of Waitress and Hadestown also took their shows to the street:





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