Watch the video of Exeter School Vocal Ensemble’s performance at TEDxExeter 2014.
Scroll down the page for the Live blogs of the talks.
Videos about Music
Unfortunately we couldn’t publish the video of Chloe’s performance at TEDxExeter 2012. You can read the live blog instead.
Live blogs about Music
Rebecca wrote two songs for today based on the theme of living the questions, with the help of ideas from the Twitter community. But she has changed her second song after listening to the other talks.
“What to do with all these many questions? All I wish for is happiness for me, for mine and all the rest. Dream deep, dream wide. You can take it somewhere new.”
She wrote her second song this week, about the pressing problem of rape.
“Ask your heart if it still beats in there, cos you can’t take mine. Rape is the weapon of war that continues. You lost your heart and you’re hollow inside. Enough is enough, no more.”
Really powerful. I’m looking forward to seeing the video and listening again.
Not in person, but on film singing “Turn the lights out”, which closes the Transition 2.0 film. The song will be released as a single on May 7th, and proceeds will go to the Transition Network.
“I want to see the stars… I want to make it beautiful with you”
After Bandi’s talk, I at least need to reflect and recollect, and Chloe offers a musical space to do just that. Chloe believes everyone can sing, but the most important part is the listening. Do I have a voice? Do I listen to myself? She gives us a song: “There is a singing field. I’ll meet you here.” And we sing it back.