Half Million Dollar Violin Left in Taxi, Returned to Owner

Half Million Dollar Violin Left in Taxi, Returned to Owner

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violinist-hahn-bin.jpg Yet another inspiring story of an expensive violin or viola left in a NYC cab, but recovered after helpful taxi service kindness. (I wonder if violinists are a bit scatter-brained? This must be the third or fourth story published over 12 years on the Good News Network with identical outcome…links below.)

“22-year-old Hahn-Bin, who is set to make his debut at Carnegie Hall this October, left his 184-year-old violin, worth a half million dollars in a Manhattan taxi on Sunday night. He was on his way home to Chinatown at 1:00 a.m. after a tiring day on Long Island, where he had just performed with famed violinist Itzhak Perlman.”

Watch the video below, or read the story at CBS News

 

 

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