05/06/2013 12:04 EDT | Updated 07/06/2013 05:12 EDT

Chris Hadfield leads huge singalong from space

International Space Station Commander Chris Hadfield led a high-tech concert Monday, joining thousands of young voices from around the world — with his own voice from space.

Students, musicians and other participants across Canada and as far away as Singapore and Australia sang along with Hadfield, belting out ISS — Is Somebody Singing?, the song Hadfield co-wrote with Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies, to celebrate the ninth edition Music Monday, an annual celebration put on by the Coalition for Music Education.

This year, the event was a partnership with CBC Music and the Canadian Space Agency.

- Learn how to get your performance of the song broadcast on CBC

The concert is Hadfield's final live link from the space station before he returns to Earth on May 13.

ISS — Is Somebody Singing? was commissioned by and the Coalition for Music Education.

- See what Hadfield and the musicians are saying online about the concert

The Coalition for Music Education is a non-profit organization that promotes the benefits of music education for young people. The group says it created Music Monday to "celebrate the galvanizing power of music and demonstrate how that power is rooted in school music programs."