Grade Two Flash Mob

I (Cathy) love Flash Mobs.  Someday, I hope to be lucky enough to be in the right place at the right time to witness one. Members of a symphony orchestra  in Sabadell, Spain clearly excel at creating them.  There are many clips to be found on Youtube by this group, but my favorite is the one set up for a grade two classroom.  In the link below, the classroom flash mob is embedded with several others.  Just keep watching.  I love the look on the children’s faces; their reactions as they get lost in the music; and, their ability to conduct!  Ah, the joy of it.  I wonder how many of these children will dabble in music after this experience.

About Dr. Cathy Miyata

Cathy Miyata is a professor at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is also an acclaimed storyteller and writer. She has performed and lectured in Serbia, Japan, Malaysia, Germany, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Mexico, the United States, Egypt, and across Canada

2 thoughts on “Grade Two Flash Mob

  1. Thank you for sharing, Cathy. A delightful piece of evidence that shows how music moves the soul. This experience will definitely capture the hearts and minds of the children who were lucky enough to be part of it. Hopefully, music will be a part of their lifelong learning path as a result.

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