At the train station, this woman decided to play unique music for the monarch.
The talented pianist performed a wonderful and wonderful tribute to the Queen at one of the train stations and was admired by the entire crowd.
To the delight of the audience, renowned organist Anna Lapwood stopped at the train station near The Shard, where she made the decision to play unique music for the monarch, who died “peacefully” on Thursday evening at his castle at the age of 96.
After the surprise performance, she tweeted a video to her 31,000 followers, writing, “It was very touching”.
“Stayed by the organ at the station to play a few pieces for the queen”.
One of the nice security guys who called Marcella asked if I could play one nice piece of music, and I unthinkably said yes, of course. She used to be a singer!
“And, of course, at the end of the performance, she awarded the audience and well-deserved praise!! All this was very exciting․ We ended up playing a lot of duets, which was fun”.
One of the eyewitnesses, who was really admired, filmed the performance from several angles and posted it on the Internet.