Flash Mob Fun Part II: Copenhagen Philharmonic Plays Grieg’s Peer Gynt in the Subway

Ah, the Copenhagen Philharmonic strikes again. Last year, they broke out some Ravel’s Bolero at Copenhagen’s Central Station. This year, it’s Peer Gynt in the subway itself. The Copenhagen Phil dates back to 1843, making it one of the oldest professional symphony orchestras in Europe. But stodgy and bound by tradition they’re not. Hope the clip helps start your day. H/T Mefi

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