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Irritated Violinist Plays Back Cell Phone Ringtone When Interrupted [Video]

There is nothing more irritating than a cell phone that goes off during a movie, a meeting, a concert or whatever. In fact, a couple of weeks ago the conductor of the New York Philharmonic stopped a performance when a cell phone began to ring because he was so irritated. Lukas Kmit, a violinist from Prague, handled the same situation a little differently. Although extremely irritated by the interruption, he copies the ringtone on his violin much to the delight of the crowd. That’s a great example of just rolling with the flow, nice job Lukas. See for yourself below.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O4nkJ-tB29U

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