【看CP學英文】新冠肺炎疫情肆虐全球，各國就學和大型表演都受影響。丹麥斯堪的納維亞大提琴學校（Scandinavian Cello School）就決定辦一場專屬於牛的音樂會，以便在疫情期間持續表演。
As the COVID-19 pandemic interferes with performances and school practices, the Scandinavian Cello School from Denmark has decided to continue playing their music for cattle.
The group founded by Jacob Shaw had been performing for cows since last November and has since gone on to host four more virus-safe concerts for both humans and 4-legged audiences.
According to foreign media reports, Shaw had previously toured the world as a solo cellist and recently returned to Denmark later opening the Scandinavian Cello School for young, aspiring musicians.
He soon discovered that his neighbors who raised Hereford cows were also classical music lovers.
Since November 2020, Shaw and some of his students have traveled to the farm to play for the cows once a week.
Though it hasn’t been determined whether the music does affect the quality of the cow’s meat, the cows seem to enjoy the music quite a lot and will come running to get as close to the performance as possible.
The cows even seem to have preferences for certain types of music as one young performer revealed how most of the cows left when they played Czech composer Antonín Dvořák’s music.
Because of the pandemic, the concerts are mostly held outdoors and human seating are limited to 35 people per performance.
The unique event even saw Denmark’s Minister of Culture Joy Mogensen in attendance who revealed that this was the first live concert she had been to over the past six months.
She concluded that the experience helped point out just how much humans miss being together for cultural events such as these.