A Study By Chorus America Struck A Chord With The King’s Singers

The King's Singers
CREDIT: Rebecca Reid/kingssingers.com
Can singing in harmony fix our broken world? If you’ve sung in a chorus, perhaps you’ve felt it can. You’re not alone. Watch this presentation by the award-winning ensemble The King’s Singers, making the case for the choral community’s duty to help heal our fractured societies. It’s from the Chorus America Virtual Conference in 2020.

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