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British pianists hold concerts with hundreds of monkeys.

British pianists hold concerts with hundreds of monkeys.

November 29 According to a report by Taiwan United News Network, a British pianist recently held a special concert at a historical site in Huafuli, Thailand, which attracted many people’s attention. In this concert, his audience was hundreds of monkeys.

Recently, British musician Paul Patton played the piano for the monkeys occupying the historical relics of Huafuli, Thailand. Patton said that the special concert was designed to attract attention to the hungry monkeys.

According to the report, the pianist’s name is Paul Patton. After graduating from the Royal Conservatory of Music, he began his career as a professional performer and toured in major cities. Although it gave him fame and wealth, it did not make him happy.

So Paul decided to give up all this and travel to Thailand alone. There, he met his current wife and also found his real interest in using music to make friends and engage in public welfare activities through music to arouse people’s protection of nature and animals.

Recently, British musician Paul Patton played the piano for the monkeys occupying the historical relics of Huafuli, Thailand. Patton said that the special concert was designed to attract attention to the hungry monkeys.

He would also go to remote villages, even jungles, where he played, while the audience was elephants or monkeys.

It is reported that Patton holds such a concert in the hope that everyone can care about these wild animals, because they, like humans, face an existential crisis.

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