Cramming An Entire Orchestra in a New York City Apartment – NYC Video



Roommates Evan Tyor and Luke McGinnis share a passion for music and a 500-square-foot Brooklyn apartment. Every month, they open the doors of their humble abode to professional musicians from around the area, cramming every bathroom, bed and kitchen counter with instruments, music stands and musicians. Their sound is bigger than their four walls, so making room for a 60-piece ensemble—including a full choir—means getting creative. Welcome to Apartment Sessions.

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  1. Thank God the neighbours arent assholes

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  2. "Anything that is not involved in making music, has to go." proceeds to look at cat

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  3. Hy dude your videos are COOL but can you handle a video top about 部落民 ! ! ! BURAKUMIN ! ! ! THANK YOU ! ! !

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  4. What software program do they use for their music though

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  5. they probably don't have trombonists

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  6. Thats just pure disrespect for the neighbors.

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  7. Where is the music uploaded to??? That's definitely music I want to listen to!

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  8. If you two are reading these comments, you can pop the hinge pins out of your door hinges instead of unscrewing them.

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  9. Neighbour: wtf is going on in that apartment??
    knocks
    door opens
    sees a shit ton of musicians squeezed in a tiny room

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  10. Gotta love how they say 'cello scales' instead of bass scales in the subtitles…..

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  11. Shout-out to my boy at the bass guitar, Adam Neely

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  12. Oh this from that viral video where the floor caves in and 4 people die.

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  13. WOW! This is amazing! Everyone is having fun no matter where they are.

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  14. When he leaves, his "Orchestra apartment" is empty. Does that make it a karaoke?

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