🧼 Kid-friendly info: Coronavirus COVID-19, social distancing, seeing germs, hand washing, and why soap works. 🧼
The Kid Should See This

Sheku Kanneh-Mason plays Saint-Saëns’ The Swan

British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason plays Le cygne (The Swan) from Camille Saint-SaënsLe carnaval des animaux (The Carnival of the Animals), a track off of his debut album Inspiration. Hailing from Nottingham, then age 17, Kanneh-Mason won the 2016 BBC Young Musician of the Year award at London’s Barbican Hall while playing with the BBC Symphony Orchestra.

Also from the album: Song Of The Birds, played with a string ensemble:

And a solo cello version of Bob Marley’s No Woman No Cry:

Kanneh-Mason comes from an entire family of musicians. Watch them perform Vittorio Monti’s Csárdás next.

Plus, more related music: Le Carnaval des Animaux animated, That Cello Guy: The multi-screen performances of Cremaine Booker, The Joyous String Quartet, and Classical Music Mashup: 57 classical tunes from 33 composers.

🌈 Watch these videos next...

cdza’s Human Jukebox: A busking experiment for Wingspan Arts

Rion Nakaya

Nirvana drum cover by 9-year-old Nandi Bushell

Rion Nakaya

Linus and Lucy, a Ska-lliday Cover

Rion Nakaya

Inventors Portrait: Ernest Nussbaum, inventor of the Practicello

Rion Nakaya

Don’t You Worry Child for 5 Cellos

Rion Nakaya

Le Carnaval des Animaux by Camille Saint-Saëns

Rion Nakaya

Beethoven’s Ode to Joy (a sort of flashmob)

Rion Nakaya

Mii Channel theme music with four violas

Rion Nakaya

Harpo Marx plays his harp in A Night in Casablanca (1946)

Rion Nakaya

Get smart curated videos delivered every week.    
Subscribe