Even at 94 years old, Queen Elizabeth II is still experiencing firsts.

The Queen recently took part in a video call to celebrate Commonwealth volunteers during which she was treated to her first-ever virtual musical performance.

In celebration of the Queen’s recent 73rd wedding anniversary with Prince Philip, 45 children from the Sistema Cyprus Symphony Orchestra performed a never-before-heard piece titled “Modus Cyrpius” in celebration of the milestone.

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Nikoletta Polydorou runs the symphony that helps “transform the lives” of youth, many from refugee backgrounds.

During the call, the Queen met multiple recipients of the Commonwealth Points of Light award, including Polydorou of Cyprus, Len Peters of Trinidad and Tobago, and Ruy Santos of Mozambique.

Santos, who founded the collaborative working space that promotes nutrition, education, and youth employment called Makobo, provided Queen Elizabeth with another first — a facemask as a gift.

The facemask was one of Makobo’s handmade creations by the women the centre supports, which Santos said came “from Mozambique with love.” The women have created over 6,000 masks for hospitals, charities, and underprivileged communities.

“That is very kind of you,” the Queen responded.

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The centre also acts as a soup kitchen, which fed 6,000 people a day during the pandemic, including lunches for school children.

“We are trying to replicate the lunchbox initiative and…kitchen all over the country to feed one million children by the end of 2025. But it’s more than food, we want to promote more opportunities for young people and especially women to reduce the high rates of malnutrition and illiteracy in Mozambique that affects 80 per cent of our population,” Santos said.