Hear The Magical Moment Where Jacob Collier Turns Huge Audience Into Choir

English singer-songwriter Jacob Collier orchestrated a breathtaking moment during his O2 Academy show in London, transforming thousands of audience members into a unified choir. The 29-year-old maestro conducted the crowd in a spontaneous mass performance, crafting a mesmerizing piece of music on the spot.

With the O2 Academy Brixton packed to its nearly 5000-person capacity, the harmony created by the multitude of voices was nothing short of magical. Collier guided the audience through a three-part harmony over a captivating four-minute performance, as showcased in the video below:

This unforgettable moment was captured in June 2022 during Collier’s homecoming show as part of his Djesse world tour, promoting his four-part album series of the same name. Fans who witnessed the spectacle were moved to tears, describing it as “absolutely magical.”

Collier, based in London, has been making waves on YouTube and beyond with his original music and innovative ideas. A prime example is his acapella cover of Stevie Wonder’s soulful hit “Don’t You Worry ‘Bout A Thing,” where he recreates the entire song using only his voice, as seen below:

Known for his quirky musical concepts, Collier’s channel is a treasure trove of creative content, showcasing his vocal and instrumental talents alongside his videography and audio production skills. Drawing from jazz and R&B influences, Collier’s musical journey is deeply rooted in his upbringing; his mother is a conductor, violinist, and professor at the London Royal Academy of Music.

Collier’s impact on YouTube was evident early on, with his viral rendition of Stevie Wonder’s classic garnering millions of views. Since then, he has expanded his horizons, collaborating with industry giants like Coldplay, SZA, and Alicia Keys. His solo albums, “In My Room” and “Djesse Vol. 1,” topped the US Contemporary Jazz chart, cementing his status as a rising star in the music scene.

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