Choirs bring people together in joy and in song. Here’s how COVID-19 has devastated them

The Shallaway Youth Choir, performing on the Seghizzi Choral Competitors Grand Prix in 2019. (Seghizzi Grand Prix/Fb)

“So long as we reside, there may be by no means sufficient singing.” — Martin Luther

These are lonely instances for anybody who likes to sing in a choir. Because of pandemic restrictions, most are crooning in their very own bubbles or connecting…

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