Geoff sings All of Me Karaoke jazz scat solo at Pacific Soul Choir Open Mic at Chorus Studio VR 180

Geoff from sings the jazz song All Of Me (from 1931 – written by Gerald Marks and Seymour Simons) at the Chorus Studio open mic night for the members of the Pacific Soul Choir.

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Recorded in VR 180 using Ambisonic Sound. Watch in a VR headset such as the Oculus Quest 2 for an immersive experience.

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One Less Bell to Answer / A House is Not a Home medley Barbra Streisand cover by Geoff Peters VR180

Geoff Peters performs live his arrangement of One Less Bell to Answer / A House is Not a Home medley – Barbra Streisand cover.

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Recorded at Chorus Studio Pacific Soul Choir open mic night, August 30th 2023.

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If you would like a copy of my arrangement / sheet music, please email me!
I have a PDF and Finale file available :)

This medley was originally recorded by Barbra Streisand in her 1971 album “Barbra Joan Streisand”. My arrangement is quite similar to this recording except I simplified the ending a bit :)

Special thanks to Richard Pinto, director of Pacific Soul Choir at Chorus Studio for giving me the opportunity to perform. And thank you to all the amazing choir members who shared their music and supported each other on this special open mic night and wrap party!

Recorded using Vuze XR and Zoom H2n using Ambisonic Sound in VR 180. Please watch in a VR headset such as the Oculus Quest 2 for an immersive and 3D experience!


Dear colleagues, friends, and fellow professionals,

In my life I have always enjoyed both computers and music. A way my parents first encouraged me to practice piano was to say that I could only use the computer after I practiced my piano. I developed a love for both music and tech.

I have continued playing music as a hobby while working as a software developer full time for the past 16 years.

I recently got to know the beautiful and positive community of Chorus Studio in Vancouver and about two months ago I joined their Pacific Soul Choir directed by Richard Pinto.

We had an open mic night this week for the choir members, and I loved how supportive everyone was for each other’s music.

Many members come from diverse backgrounds such as myself, including journalism, high tech, health care, emergency services, accounting and finance, etc and everyone shares a love for music.

This is a video recording of my performance at the open mic night this week. I was happy to share a work in progress, my own arrangement of a beautiful Barbra Streisand medley.

This is just the initial stages of my work on this song, I hope to keep enjoying it and learning it over the coming months, and intend to perform it again in different settings.

Wishing everyone a wonderful long weekend and hope you find time to nurture your passions along side your focus on your career as well!

Geoff Peters

What Would You Do if You Won The Lottery Tomorrow? – Would life be better?

Today’s theme is “What if?” This theme invites the speakers to imagine different scenarios and share their thoughts and opinions. It can also spark some interesting and humorous responses.

What if you won the lottery tomorrow? How would you spend your money?

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What is your favorite invention or discovery that was made by someone on August 11th?

Today’s theme is History and Innovation.
In 1909, Harvey Hubbell patented electric light bulb socket with a pull chain.

What is your favorite invention or discovery that was made by someone on August 11th? How has it impacted your life or the world?

Thank you for watching my video on history and innovation. I hope you enjoyed learning about the electric light bulb socket with a pull chain, which was patented by Harvey Hubbell on August 11, 1909. This invention made it easier and safer to turn on and off electric lights, and it is still widely used today.

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The Future of Work – How has the Pandemic Changed How we Work?

Geoff from answers the question on the topic of The Future of Work, How has the Pandemic Changed How we Work?

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How do you think the pandemic has changed the way we work?
What are some of the benefits and challenges of working remotely?
What skills do you think will be in high demand in the future of work?
How do you balance your work and personal life in the digital age?
What are some of the ethical issues that might arise from the use of artificial intelligence in the workplace?

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