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US policy changed in February 2012, allowing musicians to carry their instruments on planes, and similar policy changes are due to come into force in the EU next year . Perhaps we can expect a impromptu performance on the plane. Now cellist Ian Maksin, while cruising at 39,000 on a flight to to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, cabin crew staff asked him to perform for his fellow passengers. And then, rather than performing a piece from his appropriately titled debut album, Solo Flight, Maksin treated the first class cabin to a cello arrangement of Gabriel’s Oboe by Morricone. The Manhattan School of Music graduate even appeared unfazed by his unusual accompaniment of cabin call buttons and an announcement of impending turbulence. Perhaps all of us  can expect more like this one…

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