As The Sixteen's annual Choral Pilgrimage takes to the road, maestro Harry Christophers celebrates reaching the top spot with Monteverdi's Vespers of 1610.
Commuters on the Copenhagen Metro have been treated to a surprise concert by the Copenhagen Phil.
The classical flash mob had a calming influence as they played Grieg's Peer Gynt to a packed train. Much to the surprise of the early morning commuters, travellers randomly started playing flutes, clarinets and violins throughout the carriage to build up to a stunning concert hall quality performance.
The flash mob was created by the Copenhagen Phil in collaboration with the Danish radio equivalent to Classic FM - Radio Klassisk. The music was performed and recorded live as it happened in the metro and you can see it for yourself in the amazing video below: