Musician Frank Bell talks the future of music, and Skype’s role, in TED talk on March 19

Skype Music Moment Maker Frank Bell is a classically trained cellist who experiments with different musical styles, and who also uses Skype as a way to create albums with fellow artists. At TED, on Wednesday, March 19, he joins American singer, pianist and Internet star Amanda Palmer at TED 2014 via Skype.

Bell will share his ideas about the future of music, creativity and worldwide collaboration in his TED talk with Palmer. That collaboration includes his vision of a “Skype wall in my studio – with people all around the world collaborating and creating music.”

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Suzanne Choney
Microsoft News Center Staff