How Can You Teach Kids To Enjoy Mozart? Mashup Beethoven and Beiber



Classical music isn’t always considered the coolest thing to for kids to listen to these days. So, how do you get children to enjoy it?

This video attempts the feat by mashing up classics with pop songs kids know and love. The idea seems to be working — at least with the video’s adorable narrators, Alyssa Lower and Aiden Medina.

The duo is accompanied by a four piece orchestra as they sing the lyrics to popular songs to the tune of classic pieces such as Beethoven’s Fur Elise and Tchaikovsky’s Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.

The lyrics to several internet favorites make an appearance — Call Me Maybe, Gangnam Style and Party Rock Anthem.

The video was created by CDZA, a group that creates “musical video experiments.” CDZA, which stands for Collective Cadenza, started out as a group of friends from Julliard University, but has grown to consist of more than 55 musicians from varying disciplines and backgrounds.

BONUS: Other Musical Experiments By CDZA

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