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Lauren and Ashleigh, who are both gifted violinists, and Christian, an accomplished cellist, are on a mission to use their love of music to help New York City’s homeless population. Last week, the three performed in a subway station in Manhattan to raise money for the city’s less fortunate.

Lauren, 11, Ashleigh, 10, and Christian Conner, 9, are three tremendously talented musicians who have been honing their craft since they were toddlers, according to People.

After the Conner family moved from New Jersey to Manhattan last year, the children noticed homeless people on the streets and would ask if they could give them money, said their mom Zenobia Conner.

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Talented Siblings Play Music In A Subway Station To Raise Money For The Homeless  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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