The piano wasn’t fancy, and the acoustics were bad. But a performance of Beethoven’s “Für Elise” at a Prague airport is drawing rave reviews. The impromptu concert was put on by a traveler who brightened the mood in a departure lounge and earned applause by taking on the classic in a variety of styles.
Read original article – Published August 12, 201410:22 AM ET
Musical Interlude: Pianist Wows Passengers At Prague Airport
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