Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Who Says Classical Music Can't Make You Smile?

Most people have an image in their mind of Classical and Classical-Crossover music being a snobbish, elitist style of music that cannot be enjoyed by the masses.

We touched on that with our last blog, with Katherine Jenkins proving this wrong. The Copenhagen Symphony in Denmark recently challenged the theory by an impromptu performance of Edvard Grieg's "Peer Gynt" in, of all places, the Copenhagen Metro subway system.

Performed as a publicity event with Denmark's Radio Klassisk, a surprised group of commuters soon find themselves all smiles.

BTW, in AFTER DAYBREAK news, the extended international edition of our "What A Wonderful World" album will be released in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Macau & the offshore Chinese market in 2 weeks!

Check out the video below and enjoy!


As always, thanks for your continued support.
~AFTER DAYBREAK

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