Published: 10:59, 17 April 2020
| Updated: 12:23, 17 April 2020
The banning of mass gatherings has failed to stop a Kent choir producing a haunting lockdown performance.
Canterbury Cathedral Choir's eerie spectacle sounds as if they are in the same room.
Listen: Canterbury Cathedral Choir's performance
Conducted by Dr David Flood, the video shows 22 men and boys delivering a powerful rendition of Pablo Casals' O Vos Omnes.
Chorister Dylan Shearer said: "This year, we could obviously not sing and Covid-19 has also resulted in the cancellation of the Lambeth Conference.
"Despite the restrictions, Dr Flood has managed to put this together.
"We have produced a performance that sounds as if we were all in one room."
Hundreds of musicians and entertainers across Kent have taken to social media to share their lockdown productions.
A family went viral after sharing a lockdown-themed rendition of a Les Misérables song.
The Marsh household, who live in Faversham, took to singing about things people had been complaining amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Following their viral success, the family appeared on ITV's This Morning and an emotional Holly Willoughby was brought to tears after watching their video.
Another Whitstable resident helped lift the spirits of his neighbours stuck in lockdown by singing covers of popular tracks to his street.
Elvis impersonator Neil Duncan performed renditions of songs such as Viva Las Vegas and Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond.