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A writer at The Washington Post, wanted to test peoples perception. He asked a world renowned violinist to performincognitoin a D.C. busy train station one morning as thousands of commuters rushed by.
Only a few actually stopped to listen, but no one recognized him or his exceptional talent and his $3.5 million Stradivarius. At the end of his 45 minute free concert, he made only $32. The talented violinist was Joshua Bell, who had played to a sold-out concert just two days before at $100 per seat!