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Cellist Performs at the Top of Historical Granary


By Ryan Ward | April 11, 2020

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Unable to perform live due to the COVID-19 pandemic, cello player Hans Christian engineered a different way to perform. He hoisted his cello 25 feet up inside the historic 118-year-old Teweles & Brandeis Granary building in Sturgeon Bay to play a concert on Facebook Live.
“It was terrifying,” said Christian. “Once I found a space that was large enough where I could put a chair and sit down without falling into one of the big grain bins, I was okay.”
He did the concert in conjunction with the Sturgeon Bay Historical Society.

Ryan Ward

Ryan Ward is a producer for the “Wisconsin Life” project and can rest easy after he finally found the perfect jar of homemade dill pickles at the farmer’s market in Madison. … just like his Grandma Shirley use to make!
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