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||Chorus news item
||Fri, Jun 19 2020
While social distancing may be keeping the Coachmen from meeting every Thursday in Allenstown, it doesn't mean that we can't still sing together! We still meet online every week on a web conferencing platform where we get to see all of our friends, receive some music education and actually sing a little bit.
A few weeks ago we were discussing how (if at all) we could safely sing for you. Realizing that it may be a while before we are able to do so we came up with the idea of creating a virtual chorus video.
Now, some of you may be asking "What is a Virtual Chorus?" and that is a good question. A virtual chorus is where all singers record themselves at home and then send the video of them doing so to a prescribed email address. Then, the software engineer in charge will take all of those videos and combine them through a computer program into one seamless file. It takes a tremendous amount of work recording, collecting, and then combining a dozen or more videos into one seamless package but we finally have one ready to share with you!
We already have plans to begin creating a second video so stay tuned!