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Alone Together: SFU Public Square "One Voice" video

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This is what happens when you get 15 local musicians, 10 locations around Vancouver and five days. One awesome project to make things more shiny, happy and bright in the city.

The SFU Public Square "One Voice" music project is a spur to revive community connections and to pump up multicultural relations in a meaningful way.

"This an exciting initiative that harnesses the power of music, media, performance and collaboration to bridge across differences and inspire meaningful connections between (and an appreciation for) our diverse community members," reads the SFU blog post "Connecting a City with One Voice."

The internationally-acclaimed song is written by Juno award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Ruth Moody. Some of the musicians include Dan Moxon, Jian Ming Pan, Deirdra Kiai, Kurai Blessing Mubaiwa, Paul Latta, Israel "Toto" Berriel, Annie Brown, Shanto Acharia, Shivangi Bhayana, M'Girl, Reza Honari.

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