TED: Eric Whitacre – A virtual choir, 2000 strong

In this very moving video for TED, composer and internet pioneer Eric Whitacre explains how he brought together a virtual choir to perform one of his pieces using Youtube.

Eric will be conducting live tonight with his professional choir, the Eric Whitacre singers, at London’s Union Chapel.

4 Comments

  • Fredrik Darum says:

    This is breathtaking! Thank you for sharing

  • Doreen Agostino says:

    Thank you for following your dream Eric. Thank you for sharing. Thank you for uniting people worldwide.

  • Sherry says:

    This truly demonstrates the oneness that is the truth of all being. We are one with each other.
    Namaste,
    Sherry

  • Mariel Piper says:

    As just another drone in a sea of adoration, thank you for your music. Thank you for your open, inviting passion, and thank you, Mr. Whatacre, for having enough love in you to share it.

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