Violinist Lindsey Stirling Beautifully Performs ‘Carol Of The Bells’

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Violinist Lindsey Stirling is known around the world for her amazing musical talent. She is a trailblazer in the music industry because of the unique way she incorporates violin playing into her performances.

When she picks up the violin, she doesn’t just stand there and play, she also dances. Using her entire body to communicate the rhythm of the song. 6 years ago Lindsey started uploading videos of her performing on the violin, she very quickly gained a huge following of fans and supporters.

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She has reached millions of people with her music. Her ability to play the violin as fast as she does without missing a beat is mind-blowing. Lindsey took something so simple like playing the violin and turned it into performance art. She recently released a music video of her performing her own rendition of the classic Christmas song ‘Carol Of The Bells’. And it’s absolutely mesmerizing!

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This beautiful music video shows Lindsey playing the violin in a warehouse turned into a snow-covered winter wonderland. The song incorporates multiple background dancers performing along as Lindsey plays. Everything about this video is stunning, from the background to the dancing to Lindsey’s unbelievably talented playing.

Listening to this incredible piece of music reminds all of us of the magic the holiday season holds. These nostalgic lyrics immediately bring back childhood Christmas memories for many of us.

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‘Carol Of The Bells’ is such an iconic Christmas song in America and it’s so wonderful to see it performed with such unique spin on it. Well done Lindsey! This just might be our new favorite rendition of this classic holiday tune.

WATCH: Violinist Lindsey Stirling ‘Carol Of The Bells’

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