“Whether we are serving our community in person or virtually, our mission to engage audiences through imaginative programming and critically acclaimed performances remains constant,” GSO executive director Susan Stensland said in a statement. “We are delighted to offer this unique choral experience to express our gratitude to all who are working so hard to keep our communities safe during this crisis.”
According to the symphony, the 360-degree experience with adaptive audio is best experienced on a phone or tablet while using headphones.
It’s one of a variety of performances that have been posted on YouTube since the coronavirus outbreak began.
In March, 500 Cobb County band students performed "Shimmering Joy" from Atlanta composer Tyler Grant together digitally.
And last week, members of the Collins Hill High School Orchestra in Suwanee played “A Million Dreams” in a digital performance.