Hundreds of people came together in Toronto to perform a beautiful rendition of "Space Oddity" in honour of David Bowie.
The sing-along was organized by Choir! Choir! Choir!, a drop-in choir that anyone can join during one of its weekly meet-ups. Normally the group sings in the back room of a bar, but for the Bowie performance they teamed up with the Art Gallery of Ontario so they could fit all the singers in one place.
Here's what it was like inside the museum's Walker Court when hundreds of voices sang Bowie's iconic space anthem.
"I think the grandeur of the space, the power of 'Space Oddity,' 550 voices feeling the loss of David Bowie, all contribute to a really emotional video."
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