Wanna watch the string quartet and the pole dancer?

The Alma Quartet were on Dutch TV last night.

The quartet performance is impeccable, the conjuction impenetrably Dutch.

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  • Wei Tu Lo says:

    Ya, sorta wanna kinda gonna oughta…

  • Ivan Horna says:

    Wasn’t there a headline a few posts back that included “snatches”? Could be used to great effect here (01:38 for example).

  • Doug says:

    Notice how the audience NEVER looks at the musicians? Even the photo of Schulhoff seems fixated on one thing.

    • M2N2K says:

      The audience is doing the right thing for a change: dancing (in this case, actually, more like gymnastics or acrobatics) is for eyes indeed, while music is essentially for ears only.

    • Peter says:

      What’s new. Audiences also prefer to watch ballet dancers, rather than the orchestra. To such an extent that they don’t even bother to put the players on stage.

  • Sue Sonata Form says:

    Just keep away from this female if you don’t want to face charges. That’s my advice and then there’s this advice:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2018-12-03/a-wall-street-rule-for-the-metoo-era-avoid-women-at-all-cost?fbclid=IwAR1qFjF8gmxLy1W49V3xcb-Vhe8PsTyhIe6AKmxI4FlzG8O7jJ5LwiY5B1c

  • boringfileclerk says:

    Dear God I hope this is the future of quartet concerts! I’ve been watching this non stop ALL DAY LONG!

  • Cyril says:

    But your thumbnail of the dancer below is not the same dancer as in the video….

    Good performances all around, I am highly impressed with the dancer’s incredible muscle strength and agility. A bit surprised to see a child in the audience, but apparently these things happen in places that are not the U.S.

  • Dan says:

    Interesting choice of a pole dancer. Chubscular and tattoed, not the skinny fitness contestants you’d think you’ll see.

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