Japanese violinist's tribute to home
The Japanese violinist Taro Hakase has moved his fans this week after giving several performances in shops, train stations and even churches. He's been holding the impromptu recitals to raise money for people affected by the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. His fundraising efforts will continue tomorrow with a sold out audience at Cadogan Hall in London.
He performed a tribute to his homeland for BBC Breakfast.
17 Mar 2011
- From the section World