Adorable Maestro Orchestrates Performers In Subway Station

Published January 27, 2017 815,301 Views $2,007.02 earned

There is no escaping music in this day and age. You can hear it in the car on the radio on your way to work, you listen to it every day on your phone or on your laptop, you can hear it in movies and you can experience it in concert venues. Music sells, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

With the amount of music produced to meet the demands of the listeners, you would think that the world would soon run out of different voices and it would all blend into one, but the reality is far from it. The music industry is changing and restructuring itself because apparently unique voices sell above all else. This doesn’t have to mean that these people are extremely talented at what they do, but it’s enough to sing a melody that’s catchy enough and topped off with their distinguished voice, it’s going to be the next best hit.

We’ve all been there a couple or more times. The spotlight was on, the crowd was eager to experience our show, but in the blink of an eye our show could have turned into a complete disaster. Luckily, survival instinct kicked in and we tried to manoeuvre around our problem, acting as if nothing happened. Faking confidence and calmness, delivering a few jokes on our behalf, the disaster is evaded and our heart can start beating again.

Unfortunately, this is not a once in a lifetime, one in a million kind of experience. In reality, we constantly face these kinds of tests of our confidence. And the more they happen, the more we learn and the easier it gets to go around them without experiencing a heart attack.

Now, this is an absolutely priceless moment! Watch as a "little maestro" joins in on a subway performance in a station in Istanbul, Turkey. She joins in on the act, ends up directing the performers and it turns out to be the sweetest thing ever. You can see her dancing around while waving the baton all over the place to instruct the band to stop and begin consistently over and over again. Isn't she just the sweetest?

With the flick of her wand and the pluck on the strings of the instruments, an ordinary day turned into an impromptu art performance for the people who found themselves on that subway station that day. It is a simple concert hall, filled with smiles, laughter, and joy. It is just further proof that nothing can bring random people so close together as the gift of music and the innocence of a child.

These men probably never get this much attention from their public, but on this day all eyes were on them and their miniature maestro.

We have to tip our hats to these fellas, acknowledging the girl’s enthusiasm and going along with it. It is like they have an instant connection, right then and there. Usually, we take these musicians for granted, but this girl knew they needed someone to see them and that is what she did.


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