Apr 29, 2021
By Andy Johnson
In Denmark there is a weekly special performance of the classics in a barn.
In Lind, a village about 80 kilometres south of Copenhagen, a group of elite cellists ply their craft for some music-loving cows and their human counterparts.
It’s the culmination of a collaboration between local cattle farmers and the Scandinavian Cello School. It happens once a week, usually on Sunday.
One of the farmers says classical music is very good for humans and it only make sense that it makes the cows feel better too.