Copenhagen Philharmonic Plays Ravel’s Bolero at Train Station

The Copen­hagen Phil­har­mon­ic Orches­tra dates all the way back to 1843, mak­ing it one of the old­est pro­fes­sion­al sym­pho­ny orches­tras around. But it’s not so old that it can’t par­take in the con­tem­po­rary flash mob trend. Ear­li­er this year, they broke out some Rav­el’s Bolero at Copen­hagen’s Cen­tral Sta­tion. Feel free to add it to a playlist that includes Verdi’s La travi­a­ta in Valen­cia, Spain and Han­del’s Mes­si­ah in the city of Broth­er­ly Love. Thanks Bob for send­ing our way.

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