Seems like Coldplay’s frontman Chris Martin has developed a friendship with well-known Venezuelan conductor Gustavo Dudamel. The two reportedly met when Martin attended one (or more) of Dudamel’s concerts with the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. Now, as luck would have it for all of us, they are set to collaborate in the upcoming Super Bowl 50 Half Time Show (as well as Beyonceon February 7 at the Levi’s Stadium. The 33-year-old conductor is set to appear onstage with student musicians from the Youth Orchestra L.A.

President of the L.A. Philharmonic, Deborah Borda said she is delighted for the recognition the YOLA students will be getting. “I think it will benefit them incredibly — the question of music education in our social and musical structure ... it's a touchdown,” she added. The students have reportedly been rehearsing for weeks in anticipation for the big event, which will air on CBS and viewed by approximately 100 million viewers.

This comes as a magnificent opportunity for Dudamel, who’s main focus has been to make classical music more accessible to the world and part of young ones' education.