Harmony in Isolation

Many of us are now working remotely in our homes (and have a new set of coworkers: our family members). Even though we are removed from our usual office workspaces, we are still able to connect with each other virtually. This often happens in Zoom meetings, (during which we try to hide our messy home offices) while discussing day to day office business. But what if your day to day duties includes making music? For the Colorado Symphony, this is the case. Due to COVID-19, all their upcoming performances have been canceled, so they came together virtually to play Ode to Joy, to bring us all a few moments of happiness in these uncertain times. Click here to listen to this beautiful, symbolic performance.

March 30, 2020 - 12:04pm

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