New York Musician Pushes His Baby Grand Piano Almost A Mile Through The Streets Of Manhattan (VIDEO)

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Fatimah Mazhar
In the video above, a classically-trained New York musician pushes his baby grand piano almost a mile through the streets of Manhattan to reach the nearest performance location.

In the video above, a classically-trained New York musician pushes his baby grand piano almost a mile through the streets of Manhattan to reach the nearest performance location.

There are hundreds of talented buskers performing on the streets in New York City but Colin Huggins isn't like your average street performer.

The classically trained pianist hauls his 700 pound baby grand piano to parks and subway platforms, giving listeners a slice of tranquility in this fast moving city. But Colin says making a living as an artist isn't easy.

He has spent the last six years doing it and experience has taught him that you need something special in order to stand out from the crowd. While he prefers playing classical music, his repertoire changes depending on his audience.

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