Flash Brindisi at Reading Terminal Market
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Italian Market Flash Brindisi

Last updated on February 8, 2015 by Liza Hawkins

Picture this, you’re standing in the Reading Terminal Market deciding whether to have a slice of pizza or a calzone when all a sudden the man behind you starts singing – and not just singing, belting out the start of a Brindisi opera.

I must admit, I’d probably be a little freaked out at first, caught off guard. But once I realized what was going on, I’m not sure the choice between pizza and calzone would be top of mind – I’d be too enamored by what’s going on around me!

I stumbled upon this Random Act of Culture – Flash Brindisi the other day while web surfing, and while it doesn’t exactly follow suit with the food theme I have here at (a)Musing Foodie, I figured the fact that it was held in an Italian market was enough of a connection to be able to share it with you. Because it’s really cool. I wish we had an opera company locally that would do something as awesome as the Opera Company of Philadelphia.

Jealous. In a good way.

And because once you see this video, I know you’ll be aching for a second, check out this Random Act of Culture that my fellow blogger Jennifer posted on her Hip as I Wanna Be Facebook Page the other day. I was excited to see another video – especially Handel’s ‘Messiah’ (so appropriate for this time of year).

Makes you wanna settle down in front of your laptop and keep searching and searching for more Random Acts of Culture, doesn’t it?

Uh-huh, I thought so. Enjoy!

Hi, I'm Liza — a self-proclaimed word-nerd who loves getting lost in whimsical stories and epic movies. I have laid-back, practical attitude towards life and am always on the hunt for good eats, easy recipes, binge-worthy shows, relaxing road trip destinations, the perfect fizzy gin cocktail, and time to finish my novel!

One comment on “Italian Market Flash Brindisi

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