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Skype Teams with Grammy Winner Eric Whitacre to Make Beautiful Music at TED2013
If there’s an equation for creating a virtual musical experience for the ages, then Grammy award winning composer and conductor Eric Whitacre may have found it:
· One hundred live choir members made up of singers from choirs at California State University, Long Beach Campus, California State University, Fullerton Campus and Riverside City College +
· Thirty singers from 28 different countries connected via Skype video calls =
· A musical masterpiece.
At TED2013, Whitacre led a live global virtual choir performance of his piece “Cloudburst” that, for the first time, combined live and virtual choirs. Watch the behind-the-scenes documentary below to find out how Whitacre pulled off the performance. Then, head on over to The Big Blog to see the actual performance – it’s a thing of beauty and you won’t want to miss it!
Posted by Jeff Meisner
Editor, The Official Microsoft Blog