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Posted On August 6, 2021
By TechCrunch Staff Writer Urban choir project is launching its first ever online streaming video series.
The project will feature a video stream, interactive voice-over, and a video-based community hub.
The program will also feature a music video.
Urban choir project will stream live events from its interactive voiceovers, the interactive video, and the interactive community hub, the project announced in a blog post on Monday.
The project also will stream video-focused podcasts and videos, and stream live video, according to the announcement.
The program is being created by the New York-based Urban Choirs Collective and will launch in late 2018, the group said.
The project’s first two seasons of live streaming video will include video stream and interactive voiceover, with additional seasons coming.
The new series will be streamed on Urban Choirl Project’s site.
The Urban Choiris collective, which is also the organizer of the Brooklyn Opera House, said the goal of the project is to bring together the voices of artists, music lovers, and audiences in New York City, in a manner that’s both engaging and relevant to the people in the cities where we live.
“Urban Choir is a collaborative effort, and we want to bring our fans together in one place to watch, hear, and share live as much as possible,” the group wrote.
“The video streams will be curated by Urban Choiri, the collective that brought you the award-winning Brooklyn Opera, and it will be made available in the U.S. and globally via Urban ChoIRes platform.”
The video stream will feature the following topics: The City’s Story, the New Yorkers Music Scene, and NYC’s New Music.
In the first season, which will debut in early 2019, the videos will feature music from the Brooklyn opera house, the Brooklyn Symphony Orchestra, the Metropolitan Opera, the Broadway and Rodeo, the Philharmonic, and other popular music events.
The videos will also include interviews with artists, singers, and performers from the city’s music scene.
In a second season, the video streams and interactive voices will feature live performances from various locations, including Brooklyn’s iconic Central Park, the World Trade Center, the Williamsburg Bridge, the Javits Center, and more.
The videos will be hosted by Urban choirs creative director, Sarah Bohn, and co-hosts from the Urban Choides collective.
In addition to Bohn and cohosts, the two teams will also be joined by the composer, composer, and choreographer of the Broadway show, Richard Goss, as well as the choreographer, choreographer and choreographe of the Rodeos show, David Goss.
In addition to the audio streams, the audio and video streams, as shown on Urban choir project’s website, will also have a video feed of events and performances, including live events at the Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Public School, and various events held by the Brooklyn Philharmonia, Brooklyn Opera Theater, and New York Philharmonium.
The live stream will be the first live streaming audio stream for the series.
Urban choir projects live video streams on a monthly basis.
In its blog post, Urban choir Project said the project will use the first and second seasons to expand its online content and to expand the reach of the interactive voice and the community hub in the live stream.
The interactive voice will be developed with a combination of live-streaming, interactive video and voice, and live audio.
The video will be recorded by the NYC Philharmonics and Brooklyn Symphony, with a live-action soundtrack from the NYC Opera House.
The video will also incorporate live performance footage from the Broadway musical Hamilton, and from the New Orleans Jazz Festival.
The interactive video will feature interactive voice narration and interactive video video-driven storytelling, the Urban choir said.
In the future, the team hopes to incorporate live music performances.
The community hub will include the following elements:A video feed that will provide the public with a first-hand experience of the creative process that led to the project’s creation and will include interactive voice commentary from the project team, including lead artist and cofounder of the group, Sarah L. Bohn.
A curated community hub where viewers can interact with the project through video, interactive, and interactive content.
The team is also partnering with the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce and the Metropolitan Transit Authority to offer free transit passes to the community for three months in 2019.
The full-length season of the series will debut on the Urban choiris website on August 5, 2019.