Join the world's first virtual online collaborative orchestra

The folks from Youtube are asking for musicians to join the world's first "collaborative online orchestra" over at the Google Blog .  Video entries will then be voted on by users worldwide and the favorite performers will get to perform in a concert at Carnegie hall.  Excuse me while I go grab my trumpet.

From the site:

"YouTube is offering musicians around the globe the opportunity to join a symphony orchestra via video through the world's first collaborative online orchestra. This is a chance to perform alongside world-renowned conductor Michael Tilson Thomas, learn from composer Tan Dun and many members of the London Symphony Orchestra, and consult with pianist Lang Lang. All video entries will be combined into the first-ever collaborative virtual performance, and people around the world will select their favorites to perform at New York's Carnegie Hall in April 2009.

If you're interested in auditioning, or would like more information about this program, head over to the YouTube Symphony Orchestra channel and the YouTube Blog."

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