Twitter Goes to the Opera

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

The folks at the Royal Opera House in London are trying to bring opera to the masses. And they are using very tech savvy means: they're letting any and everybody in the Twitter-sphere compose a collaborative masterpiece. The premise is simple: You tweet it, they sing it. For more about the ambitious project, we talk to Alison Duthie, the head of the Royal Opera House, about the world's first operatic tweet.

Listen to John and Celeste perform their own "Twitter Opera" based on Ashton Kutcher's tweets below:

 

Guests:

Alison Dutchie

Contributors:

Hsi-Chang Lin

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