WATCH: Philadelphia Orchestra plays beautiful rendition of “Dancing On My Own”
Ahead of tonight’s Phillies vs. Astros World Series matchup, the Philadelphia Orchestra has released its own rendition of “Dancing On My Own”, the anthem that has taken over the city of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Orchestra: “Dancing On My Own”
Dancing On My Own has been the song of the last month ever since the Phillies clinched their ticket to the 2022 MLB Playoffs back at the beginning of October. Kyle Schwarber brought the song over from the Red Sox’s magical playoff run a few years back, and the entire city and Phillies fans all around the world have truly embraced it.
The song has been played in bars, cars, the clubhouse, and homes, and now, the Philadelphia Orchestra has put its own spin on it. The Orchestra has also placed a wager with “their opposing team, the Houston Symphony,” according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Philadelphia Orchestra experience is one that every person should experience in person if you haven’t already. The group has always had the backs of our professional sports team, as they did a rendition of “Fly Eagles Fly” back in 2017 during the Eagles’ run to the Super Bowl.
The Phillies take the field tonight at 8:03 EST, as Aaron Nola will face off against Justin Verlander.
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