Violin "Gangnam style" wows audience

2012-12-24 03:58:58 GMT2012-12-24 11:58:58(Beijing Time)  SINA.com
Creative violinists added some unusual elements to their performance - they presented the audience with their version of some of the big hits that have gone viral on the Internet in China and across the globe.(Photo/Agencies)Creative violinists added some unusual elements to their performance - they presented the audience with their version of some of the big hits that have gone viral on the Internet in China and across the globe.(Photo/Agencies)
Creative violinists added some unusual elements to their performance - they presented the audience with their version of some of the big hits that have gone viral on the Internet in China and across the globe.(Photo/Agencies)Creative violinists added some unusual elements to their performance - they presented the audience with their version of some of the big hits that have gone viral on the Internet in China and across the globe.(Photo/Agencies)

Violin concerts usually feature classic music. But at a concert in Beijing on Saturday night, creative violinists added some unusual elements to their performance - they presented the audience with their version of some of the big hits that have gone viral on the Internet in China and across the globe.

"Disturbing", or "Tan Te" in Chinese, mixing "Gangnam Style".

These violinists really let their imagination go free. And it worked very well. The performance was met with rapturous applause. The concert also featured soundtracks from movies like "Schindler’s List" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" performed by 10 violinists including worldwide famous Lyu Siqing.

(Agencies)

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