Every guidebook says Italy is famous for its architecture, pizza and pasta, fashion, wine, posh cars and inimitable charm.
People go there eager to see the Coliseum and the Leaning Tower of Pisa, to row in a gondola, to visit Chianti Wine Festival and to taste new masterpieces of Carlo Cracco and Bartolomeo Scappi. However, if you’re lucky enough, one day strolling along some Italian street you may come across something extraordinary, as this young unusual girl dancing to Yann Tiersen’s Comptine D'un Autre Ete L'apres Midi played by a street violinist. Their joint performance looks brilliant, so no wonder people stopped, at first gazing amazed and after a while with much admiration. Another proof that the real talent can find a way to be expressed despite any circumstances.
The power of pure art unites all people regardless of languages they speak, countries they come from or their music preferences.