In Texas, ROCO (River Oaks Chamber Orchestra) has released a virtual orchestra performance of Anthony DiLorenzo’s Anthem of Hope, initially commissioned in 2017 in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. In the new performance, ROCO’s 39 musicians each recorded their solo parts in their homes on their cell phones. Houston-based Blueprint Film Co. edited the musicians’ individual parts together to create one video, which the orchestra says is meant to honor “all who are on the frontlines of the pandemic: the doctors, nurses, scientists, and healthcare workers; grocery, pharmacy, and restaurant employees; educators and childcare workers; delivery, agriculture, manufacturing, and technology professionals; and all essential employees.” The Anthem of Hope video and a behind-the-scenes video are posted at ROCO’s YouTube page. ROCO is continuing its ongoing weekly broadcasts of past concert livestreams, which it has done for the past three years.