Photo Flash: Florida Grand Opera's Flash Mob at Miami Airport

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Travelers at the Miami Int. Airport were treated to a surprise performance by Florida Grand Opera singers on Feb. 29th, courtesy of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation's "Random Acts of Culture" program. A total of six surprise opera performances took the airport by storm. Singers sat and stood casually among other bystanders waiting for flights in terminal D. Then, suddenly, the music began and was shortly followed by seven vocalists performing " Libiamo" (the Drinking Song) from Verdi's La Traviata.

Watch the flash mob below!

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