What do you usually do when you are waiting for your flight at the airport? Do you go shopping or have a meal in the stores? In Guangzhou, Baiyun International Airport Terminal 2 will provide you with an additional audio feast so that you can enjoy a more pleasant journey.
On the occasion of the third anniversary of T2 being put into use, the terminal cooperates with Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra (GSO) to bring world-famous music pieces to passengers via the airport App and sound systems.
GSO entered into a cooperative agreement with T2 that the two parties will joinly work on the "GSO - BAIYUN T2" project, launching music salons, audio application, video application as well as exchanges and cooperation between musicians.
GSO's Ode to the Red Flag conducted by Long Yu is played on the TV screen at the departure gate at T2. (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
In the early stages of cooperation, GSO has selected a number of Chinese and foreign classical works for the "GSO - BAIYUN T2" project. The first batch of concerts, including Mozart's Divertimento, Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 and Dvorak's Serenade for Strings, will be performed at different slots through the airport broadcasting system in the departure and arrival halls of T2.
A passenger scans the QR code to listen to GSO's music at the airport. (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
Passengers departing from T2 can also enjoy excellent music pieces on the TV screens in the waiting area, including Ode to the Red Flag by Long Yu, the world-renowned conductor and Music Director of GSO, and the famous Chinese piece Jasmine Flower conducted by Jing Huan, the permanent conductor of GSO and Music Director of the Guangzhou Symphony Youth Orchestra. Meanwhile, the musicians from GSO will also perform live at the Sky Stage of T2 from time to time.
Musicians from GSO?perform at the Sky Stage of T2 at the launch ceremony of the project. (Photo provided to Newsgd.com)
In addition, passengers are able to access different musical stories by scanning the QR code on the poster in front of the boarding gate. The first series of classical composers introduced includes Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Viennese composer Franz Joseph Haydn, German composer Johann Bach and Russia-born American composer Igor Fedorovitch Stravinsky.
In the coming days, passengers arriving in Guangzhou by plane from all over the world as well as the people departing from T2, will be able to enjoy even more world-famous pieces in this terminal.
Author | Nancy (intern)
Editor | Monica & Jerry