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First U.S. Orchestra To Make Major South American Tour In A Decade
Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra Thrills Audiences In Eastern Europe
YouTube Space Lab Sends Teenagers' Ideas Into Space!
A New Choral Series For Washington, DC
Johns Hopkins University's Peabody Youth Orchestra On First East Coast Tour
The Collegiate Chorale Makes A "Major Statement, Brilliantly Executed"
A "Muy Grande" Experience In Spain For All
20 Commissions In 20 Years
ˇOlé! The Pacific Boychoir Performs For Crowds In Spain
Lisbon Music Academy Captures The Hearts Of Finland's Audiences
4th Ihlombe! South African Choral Festival Shares Gift Of Song With Enthusiastic South African Audiences
University Of Michigan Men's Glee Club Returns From Outstanding China Concert Tour
Tour De France For Florida's Singing Sons Boychoir
Minnesota Orchestra Returns From Successful Sunshine State Tour
"Beautifully Polished, Enveloping Sound" At Carnegie Hall
Alabama Symphony Orchestra Performs New Works At Carnegie Hall Debut
Nashville Symphony Performs "With Fine Skill And Artistry" At Carnegie Hall
Musica Viva Receives Standing Ovations In Italy
St. Louis Symphony Delivers "Colour and Flair" During European Tour
Another Outstanding Serenade! Festival
Philadelphia Boys Choir And Chorale Tours A Hidden Treasure Of Europe: The Baltics
"Exceptional Tour" To Brazil For Morgan State University Choir
National Youth Orchestra Of Canada Makes U.S. Tour
University Of Kentucky Women's Choir Sings For Crowds In Europe
Market Square Singers Sing Bella Musica In Bella Italia
Choir Tours In Europe And The United States
Yale Schola Cantorum Of The Yale Institute Of Sacred Music Impresses Turkey And Greece
YouTube Space Lab Sends Teenagers' Ideas Into Space!

YouTube Space Lab winners go on a zero gravity flight, Washington, DC.

YouTube, in collaboration with Lenovo computers, held a worldwide competition for kids ages 14 to 18 to submit experiments regarding their most burning questions that can only be completed in space. An 18-year old boy from Egypt and two 16-year old girls from the United States were selected as the winners. YouTube flew the students to Washington, DC, along with six regional winners, for a four-day conference in which they were provided opportunities to meet astronaut Sunita L. Williams and several Congressmen, simulate microgravity on a zero gravity flight, tour the capitol, and attend an awards ceremony in their honor. Winning experiments were held in space this summer on a Japanese rocket.

Though this tour did not involve music, Classical Movements was excited to work with Google on this new project aimed at inspiring the study of science. Classical Movements worked with Google previously to arrange the 2009 and 2011 YouTube Symphony Orchestras held at New York City's Carnegie Hall and Australia's Sydney Opera House.


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