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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