MuzArt World Foundation global talent search seeking student musicians for nationally televised 'The Virtual Symphony Orchestra'

MuzArt World Foundation The Virtual Symphony Orchestra Auditions Website

MuzArt World Foundation is seeking kids for world’s first Global Virtual Symphony Orchestra.
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Mark Wood, founder of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, will be directing the world’s first Global Virtual Symphony Orchestra on November 9, 2013 at the We Are Hope concert in Salt Lake City, Utah in front of more than 20,000 people. The event will be later broadcast on national television. MuzArt World Foundation is looking for electronic submissions from any talented kid in the world that can play a string instrument. This will be an amazing opportunity for student musicians to perform together in perfect harmony with other kids from countless countries around the world.

Kids and teens of all ages from anywhere can submit a talent release form and upload an audition video of up to 20 MB in size to the official website for the event. The sheet music can also be obtained at the website. Director Mark Wood has arranged two brand new original songs, "Paris" and "Each One Teach One". He has also created tutorial videos in which he personally conducts, allowing talent to follow his direction when rehearsing and recording the audition video. Musicians can perform one or both of the songs.

To be considered and upload an audition video, go to the following site and carefully follow all directions:

MuzArt World Foundation "The Virtual Symphony Orchestra" Auditions Website

About Mark Wood

Mark Wood is an electric violinist and Emmy Award winning composer and a former member of the Trans-Siberian Orchestra. He has performed with Celine Dion, Billy Joel, Steve Vai, Westworld, and Lenny Kravitz. As a solo performer he has released seven CDs featuring his own versions of popular rock songs. His music and strings education program has been featured on news programs nationwide. Wood is also the founder of Mark Wood Music Productions, a company that creates music for the use in film and television. Wood received his Emmy award for the music of CBS-TVs coverage of the 2002 Tour de France. Wood travels to over 60 schools annually all over the United States with his music education program Electrify Your Strings. The program brings together classical music with contemporary styles such as rock, jazz, and blues in order to provide a custom, hands-on learning experience. While Wood works primarily with the stringed instrument portion of the band, his wife, Laura Kaye works with the choir and son, Elijah, the rhythm section, in order to invigorate interest for the school's entire music program within both the community and student body.

About Muzart World Foundation

The MuzArt World Foundation was assembled by some of the top leaders in entertainment and education. The foundation provides an extensive far reaching educational program for kids and teens attending public schools, not just in the United States, but globally. The program encompasses the areas of arts and entertainment, human development, entrepreneurship, international business, and intellectual property. The organization's goal is to guarantee that creative arts and music are always taught in public schools throughout the United States and beyond.

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