Says San Francisco Opera general director Matthew Shilvock of the platform, called Aloha, “It allows a singer and a pianist to essentially be in the digital space together making real-time music — which is just transformational for us. A pianist can now hear a singer breathe, and that may sound very basic, but those breath cues are the things that allow the pianist to really mold their sounds to what the singer is doing.” – Fast Company

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