South Shore Children’s Chorus comes together virtually for song

South Shore Children’s Chorus comes together virtually for song
(Courtesy of South Shore Children's Chorus)

South Shore Children’s Chorus can’t perform together in person because of the coronavirus outbreak, as all rehearsals and events are suspended through at least April 7. But that didn’t stop the children from letting the show go on.

Members in the advanced choir and summer singers, past and present, virtually performed “Beautiful City” from Godspell, with music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, arrangement by Mac Huff and artistic direction from Kirsten Oberoi.

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South Shore Children’s Chorus serves singers ages 4 to 18 interested in receiving a well-rounded choral education, according to its Youtube page.

SSCC says its mission is to provide quality musical education and vocal training to students living in the South Shore communities of Massachusetts and beyond.

It offers the experience of being a chorister to any student, regardless of financial situation.