We are told and as etiquette, it is but a must to turn off a cellphone during performances whether in a piano, violin concert, plays, or any other shows where am artist’s concentration is easily broken by the slightest noise.
Some of us might just forget to do that and in the middle of it someone calls…just like what happened during Lukáš Kmits performance at a Jewish synagogue in Slovakia. Just as he reached the quite of ebb of his piece. He can be seen in the video a bit glaring but playfully reacted with the situation by imitating the tone with his violin. He then smiled. He got an applause in the end.
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