Tenor Stefan Senesal gives concerts daily from the balcony of his home in Paris, seeking to revive the morale of his neighbors, in the face of the new coronavirus pandemic. Following the traffic ban and in the French capital, every afternoon at 7pm, Senesal opens his windows and sings classic songs, having in common his neighbors who are forced to stay inside because of traffic restriction measures put in place.
“I’m not a doctor. I’m not a hero. I’m not a member of a personal hospital. The only thing I know how to do is to sing, to try to bring some joy, “the opera singer told Reuters TV. As the 43-year-old says, he was looking for a way to entertain and encourage his fellow citizens. Most of his neighbors are elderly.