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WATCH: Have you ever seen the National Philharmonic Orchestra musicians like this?

A surprise spectacle for thousands of foreign operators presently in Malta for the annual Sigma conference. At the  opening of this, the biggest ever European event for the gaming industry, they ended up swaying to the rhythm of a traditional Maltese composition by Charles Camilleri – The Malta Suite Waltz – which started being played totally unexpectedly by some musicians.

It was a flash mob put together by Wazdan, and it created an unusual atmosphere with the participation of musicians from the National Philharmonic Orchestra. A group of professional dancers wearing traditional costumes teamed up with the musicians to provide an entertaining spectacle.  Many were quick to start filming the event with their smartphones, and scenes from the flash mob soon started circulating on the social media.

Wazdan is a company which has more than 100 games for virtual casinos, and is based in Malta, Curacao and soon, in the UK. This company thought to arouse curiosity through this flash mob among the 8,000 participants presently in Malta, as Valletta will be the European Culture Capital next year.

This is the atmosphere created by the flash mob during the Sigma conference:

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