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Play it again Kiara

Four-year-old Kiara Schiefele “tickles the ivories” on the Downtown BIA piano, set up outside RBC on Tuesday. Look for the colourful, piano downtown and try your hand at making beautiful music. - Matthijs Bruining/Special to the Mirror
Four-year-old Kiara Schiefele “tickles the ivories” on the Downtown BIA piano, set up outside RBC on Tuesday. Look for the colourful, piano downtown and try your hand at making beautiful music.
— image credit: Matthijs Bruining/Special to the Mirror
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