(NEW YORK) -- Practice, practice, practice may get you to Carnegie Hall, but these days, the Web, Web, Web will get you worldwide fame.
Building on the success of its first global online orchestra, which performed at New York's Carnegie Hall in 2009, YouTube Tuesday announced the launch of the YouTube Symphony Orchestra 2011.
At events in New York and Sydney, Australia, YouTube, the video-sharing site owned by Google, said it was taking its second internationally crowd-sourced orchestra to the land Down Under, to perform at the Sydney Opera House in March 2011.
"This is such a great way to connect and inspire people and show how YouTube can unite people around the world," said Ed Sanders, senior marketing manager at YouTube. "It's wonderful to see an example of where technology brings people together in the virtual world and the real world."
From Oct. 12 through Nov. 28, musicians around the world can upload audition videos to show off their abilities. A panel of judges from top orchestras around the world will then select a group of semifinalists. In December, YouTube users will get to vote for their favorite musicians online. The winning musicians will be announced on Jan. 11, 2011.
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