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Loc: Philadelphia/South Jersey
This past Saturday travelers in Philadelphia's 30th St. Station got a surprise from hundreds of singers, dancers, and instrumentalists. This flash mob sponsored by The Opera Co. of Philadelphia, was one of their "Random Acts of Culture". I am proud to say that my daughter was one of the singers involved in this event. Check it out:
You might notice that we provided the pianos.
Rich Galassini Cunningham Piano Co. Phila, Pa. Dir. Line (215) 991-0834 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cunninghampiano.com
Loc: New York City
There is something about classical music flash mobs that I find actually thrilling. I don't know whether it's the generosity of the participants, the delight of the crowd from the oldest to the youngest, the realization that a random crowd can appear to be as awed by the music a I am, the idea that the greatest music can excite people, the fun of the surprise element, or...?