In-flight entertainment: cello and beatbox

A cello gets its own seat aboard a flight. (Flickr / modenadude)

According to a report from Classic FM, a cellist and an air steward on a flight to Denver teamed up to treat the other passengers to an improvised cello/beatbox duet of the Bourrée from Bach’s Cello Suite No. 3.

The flight attendant, known only as Maximilian, can be seen crouching in front of cellist Francisco Vila on the Southwest Airlines flight in the video taken earlier this month, as the pair put an inventive spin on a Bach cello piece:

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