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Young people and their families got a chance to have their voices heard loud and clear at the Sing, Miami! community sing-along on March 20 at the Peacock Foundation Studio in the Ziff Ballet Opera House. Presented in partnership with the Miami Children’s Chorus, Sing, Miami! was a free event full of music and singing that featured audience participation along with performances by the members of the Miami Children’s Chorus.
Nearly 200 people learned new songs and belted out old favorites under the direction of Timothy Sharp, the Chorus’ skilled music director. Joining together in song were kids and their families, senior groups, and music teachers from Miami Dade County Public Schools.
For teachers, the sing-along was the conclusion of a musical morning that began early with a special workshop focusing on choral singing and working with youth. The Adrienne Arsht Center hosts two community sing-alongs a year as part of its family programming, complemented by a teacher training component for educators prior to each show.
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