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Animals are normally not a part of classical music performances, and neither is mid-movement applause from the audience.

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But check out this video of one classy canine, who wandered onstage during an outdoor symphony concert in Ephesus, Turkey, last week.

The dog, who looks to be a lab mix, slowly walked onto the stage, casually making eye contact with the audience.

You can hear some chuckles from the crowd at the utter novelty — not to mention cuteness — of the moment. The audience then breaks into applause when the dog takes a seat, right next to the first violinist.

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This is one dog who has good taste in music.

Anna Caplan contributes to Rare Houston and Rare Animals. 
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