Malaysian classical group and global friends record uplifting Bach hymn on handphones


After the movement control order (MCO) was announced last week, Bachfest Malaysia founder David Chin was worried about rehearsals with his fellow musicians. They had concerts coming up as well as a tour in Germany. How were they going to rehearse and make music together while staying home?

“The news was quite sad. There was also a lot of negativity on Facebook at the time, people complaining about a lot of things. I thought to myself, what can we as musicians do?” said Chin, 35.

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