NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — The New York Philharmonic is continuing its roadshow of live bandwagon performances across the city this weekend.
Members of the Philharmonic treated people at Domino Park in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to a so-called “pull-up” performance.
That’s because the musicians have a pickup truck carrying their equipment.
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The Philharmonic had its entire season canceled and with live venues still closed, the Philharmonic and special guests have treated audiences around the city to a variety of programs.
The outdoor concerts are surprise appearances so crowds can stay small.
Be on the lookout for more performances Sunday.
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