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Lift Your Voice

Kaleigh Brendle founded the Sing for Serenity Choir as a high school service project with a small number of singers, but since COVID-19 began, the choir has gone virtual and grown to an international group of 90 singers with youth and adult divisions and sections for different voices. Kaleigh and audio editor Katie Hall recently told the choir’s story and explained all the technology they use to put the performances together to Simon Bonenfant at Blind Abilities. View performances including You will be found from “Dear Evan Hansen” on YouTube or visit them on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. Interested in joining? Just email [email protected]