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Chilean soprano Ayleen Jovita Romero said that singing in the dark, empty streets of Santiago while the city was under a curfew last night & # 39; necessary & # 39; used to be. Images of her moving performance of a peace song have now gone viral

Video of Chilean opera singer who defies a city clock in Santiago at a & # 39; swirling & # 39; to perform a peace song from her bedroom window – to the huge cheers of her neighbors – is going viral

  • Chilean soprano Ayleen Jovita Romero shared a video of herself singing from her apartment in Santiago while the city was under curfew last month
  • The surprising execution brought a huge applause from neighboring flats
  • More than half a million people have now listened to the clip on Twitter, many say the song and the response gave them & # 39; shivers & # 39;
  • There have been huge protests in Chile against the reign of President Sebastian Pinera
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A video with a Chilean opera singer who gave an improvised performance from her bedroom window while he became viral last month due to a city outage in Santiago, Chile.

Ayleen Jovita Romero, a Chilean soprano, is seen with a gripping representation of an a cappella version of & # 39; El derecho de vivir and paz & # 39 ;, which translates directly as & # 39; the right to live in peace & # 39 ;, to dark, empty streets in the South American capital.

While residents in neighboring apartments begin to hear the singing, they open their windows until an audience of hundreds of people listen.

When Romero finishes her song, they hear bursts of cheers and applause.

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Chilean soprano Ayleen Jovita Romero said that singing in the dark, empty streets of Santiago while the city was under a curfew last night & # 39; necessary & # 39; used to be. Images of her moving performance of a peace song have now gone viral

Chilean soprano Ayleen Jovita Romero said that singing in the dark, empty streets of Santiago while the city was under a curfew last night & # 39; necessary & # 39; used to be. Images of her moving performance of a peace song have now gone viral

The scene from the window of Romero while she & # 39; El derecho de vivir and paz & # 39; Sang, a song in Spanish that translates directly as & # 39; the right to live in peace & # 39;

The scene from the window of Romero while she & # 39; El derecho de vivir and paz & # 39; Sang, a song in Spanish that translates directly as & # 39; the right to live in peace & # 39;

The scene from the window of Romero while she & # 39; El derecho de vivir and paz & # 39; Sang, a song in Spanish that translates directly as & # 39; the right to live in peace & # 39;

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The city ran a curfew for a week at the end of October during heavy protests against Chilean President Sebastian Pinera's government, forcing residents to stay indoors between 10 p.m. and 4 p.m.

The video, filmed and shared at the end of October, has now become viral with more than 500,000 parts only on Twitter.

Romero placed her own videos of the performance on her Instagram account, write an emotional post next to it.

She said (translated from Spanish): & # 39; We demonstrate peacefully in this curfew, all neighbors here support the cause by singing and playing their beautiful instruments. I invite other artists to do the same in their homes. Required. & # 39;

On Instagram, Romero said that neighbors also played their instruments while she sang
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On Instagram, Romero said that neighbors also played their instruments while she sang

On Instagram, Romero said that neighbors also played their instruments while she sang

The singer called on other artists to perform similar performances to cheer up spirits in difficult times

The singer called on other artists to perform similar performances to cheer up spirits in difficult times

The singer called on other artists to perform similar performances to cheer up spirits in difficult times

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The social media response has seen people say that the clip shakes them & # 39; shivers & # 39; delivers.

@ thoang1971 wrote: & # 39; That's great talent! Sounds like a scene from a movie … & # 39;

@ pdoty64 added: & # 39; This was absolutely beautiful and moving. Thank you for sharing. & # 39;

@FaceBased added: & # 39; This is so beautiful! Not just for singing, even though this voice is angelic, but the LOVE that these neighbors showed !! Unbelievable! & # 39;

@LTrctrc wrote: & # 39; I don't know why, but I'm crying ugly now. This was a great moment. & # 39;

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Chile is currently experiencing deep turmoil, with nearly a million demonstrators taking to the streets of Santiago on October 25.

Protests that started with a rise in public transport fares turned into riots, arson and looting in which at least 18 people died, hundreds were injured, caused more than 7,000 arrests and more than $ 1.4 billion in losses caused for Chilean companies.

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