She Stands Up In Food Court Talking Loudly On Cell Phone Moments Later Dozens Of Voices Emerge
Heather Kelly 11/21/2017
Around Christmas time, people enjoy hearing festive music filling public places. You can turn on almost any radio station or enter any retail store and you can count on hearing some Christmas music.
A group of singers from the Pennsylvania All-State Chorus wanted to celebrate the holiday, but with a slightly different approach. They weren't holding a concert, and they weren't even singing traditional Christmas tunes.
As the chorus began to emerge from the crowd of shoppers, people realized just how special an occasion this was. More than 100 people make up this chorus and they were hearing one of the most familiar pieces of music from the past sung with extreme talent.
It didn't take long for smiles to appear on everyone's faces as they watched the singers perform with joy. The whole reason for this fantastic flash mob was to spread smiles during the holiday.
They definitely managed to do that! Their unsuspecting audience was thrilled with the surprise impromptu concert.