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Eric Whitacre; Conductor, Composer, Developer of the Virtual Choir, TED Speaker

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What have you learned as a result of creating the virtual choir?

Human beings will go to any means possible to connect with other people around the world.

What's next?

do it all in real time, with iPhone 8

Lessons of the virtual choir.
people will go to any means necesary-- to connect

The people don't seem to be experiencing a virtual community. It seems to be very real, ver visceral. Thousands have written that they feel connected.

able to view just specific people or just people from specifc countries.

Britlan Losi  started this.
virtual choir facebook fan page.
on ted.com asked singers to post testimonials.

Ways to do live virtual versions of this?

In B flat.  people upload improvising in B flat.

Christ Henderson  curator of Ted Infinite anthem


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