Cellist In Uniform Seats Down In The Middle Of The Smithsonian And Starts Playing. But Watch Who Decides To Join Him!

It’s always busy during holidays at the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum. Visitors including tourists and school groups crowded the place, and it seemed like an ordinary day. But, then something unusual started going on…

A lone cellist in uniform sat down in the middle of the museum and started playing. People were confused and had no idea what was going on. Little did they know they were about to witness one of the most epic flash mobs ever!

It was the first time that United States Air Force Band orchestrated a flash mob. 120 musicians pleased the crowd with some extraordinary museum fun. Instrumentalists started appearing from almost every corner and it was just amazing. Check out the performance of Bach’s “Jesu, and Joy of Man’s Desiring,” and wait till you see when vocalists burst into song from second floor balcony.

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