The GU choir composes music from a distance and starts today
PANAJI: Based on the words of Mahatma Gandhi “My life is my message”, the Goa University Choir (GU) has assembled more than 50 singers and soloists from India and Europe to publish an original composition on September 8th. GU choristers and the soloists recorded their own voices and videos from home and then put them together into an original composition.

“Singing in a virtual choir from home is a new experience for all of us – people have been singing together for thousands of years, but usually face to face. Because of this Covid-19, we are now exploring new ways to make music together, but at a distance. This gives us the rare opportunity to connect with singers and musicians from all over the world, ”said Professor Santiago Lusardi Girelli, Visiting Professor of Western Music at Goa University.

The video and audio of the work My Life is My Message will be available on all GU choir platforms and social media, as well as on streaming platforms such as Spotify, iTunes, etc. once published.


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