A little girl donates to a street musician to get a nice surprise which paint the delight in each attendee!
This idea was one of the international banks to celebrate the 130 anniversary of its establishment, this innovative presentation has been carried out, by more than a hundred professional musician.
On May 19, people enjoying a quiet evening out at Placa de Roc in Sabadell, Spain were in for a wondrously noisy surprise.
What appears to be a single street performer playing the opening notes of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony quickly expands to include more and more musicians. The group eventually includes over 100 people from the Orchestra Simfònica del Vallès and singers from the Amics de l’Òpera de Sabadell, Coral Belles Arts and Cor Lieder Camera.
The flashmob was assembled to celebrate it’s 130th anniversary of Banco Sabadell. The creative agency for the flashmob was Remake and the film was shot by Onidea.
Banco Sabadell is the fourth-largest banking group funded by private Spanish capital. It includes several banks, brands, subsidiary and holding companies spanning the whole range of financial business.
Specialising in commercial banking, it has a significant penetration in the company and medium and high level private customer market. It has a network of 1,387 offices employing a total of 10,699 staff. It is quoted on the Madrid Stock Market (SAB) and forms part of the IBEX 35 index.