CLEVELAND — It’s not just black and white. The effects of the coronavirus pandemic are seeping into the cracks of everyday life.

From the economy to the arts, it seems there’s sting attached to every new development. Despite the challenges being placed in front of humanity, there a people and groups working to shed light during such a dark time for many.

Piano Cleveland, an organization dedicated to bringing music into the lives of people of all ages, has launched “The Quarantine Concerts.” The series allow local musicians to virtually preform, “bringing meaningful live performances straight into your own home.”

The concerts will be streamed live, every Thursday at 7: 30 p.m. from Steinway Piano Gallery in Cleveland.

Viewers will have the opportunity to support the local musicians, “many of whom are dealing with severe financial repercussions from lost performances in the current climate,” by donating to Piano Cleveland’s Musicians’ Fund, according to their website.

For more information and to stream the concerts, click here.

Take a look at last week’s concert below:

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