Flashing is popular again

 

More and more musicians are doing it.

Apparently there were over 40 reported incidents worldwide in 2013.

Fortunately, many of them were caught on camera.

Which of the following incidents from the past few years are worthy of international attention, and which are lucky not to find themselves in the Establishment’s penal custody for flashing in public?

I’ll tell you my fave if you tell me yours! Share your thoughts and your favorites in the comments below…

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Haven’t reached my favourite one, yet! Remember – I’m a percussionist at heart…

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Er, yeah. That’ll be it. Love it! What a welcome off the commute train :)

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Share your thoughts below, as well as links to any other of your favorite orchestra flashmobs

I have to say, though, it was tough limiting this to orchestral music – there are so many dance and singing flashmobs I thoroughly enjoy, especially the original train station one of the Sound of Music that started the modern public movement, quickly heading to 30m views!

(Of course, this was, in turn, inspired by the 2001 prison “Thriller” flashmob, now on 53m views: http://youtu.be/hMnk7lh9M3o)

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3 Responses to Flashing is popular again

  1. Larry G says:

    Enjoyed them all but especially the Curtin University & Perth Symphony outdoors, though the tempo of assembly of the pieces by stairs and lift in the Bulgarian train station well integrated with the piece performed – Larry G

  2. Joan Coyle (from Clearwater Ch says:

    # 6 was very moving. Absolutely beautiful. I used to ride an el train to work…. Wish I had hopped on that one. Thanks for sharing. :)

  3. Ginger Marks says:

    I had my clear favorite until i saw the last one! Loved how the airport security was right on trying to stop some weirdo from waving a wand around the terminal. LOL.
    Ginger