With Concert Canceled, California Students Perform Together From Home The Chino Hills High School Chamber Singers aren't letting social distancing stop them from harmonizing. With their concert canceled, all 19 sang "Over the Rainbow" into their computers, together.
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With Concert Canceled, California Students Perform Together From Home

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With Concert Canceled, California Students Perform Together From Home

With Concert Canceled, California Students Perform Together From Home

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LULU GARCIA-NAVARRO, HOST:

And now a moment to go...

(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

UNIDENTIFIED SINGER: (Singing) Somewhere over the rainbow...

GARCIA-NAVARRO: That's right - "Over The Rainbow" performed by high school chamber singers in Chino, Calif. Their choral festival was planned for last week and canceled. But stuck at home, the vocalists found another way to perform - 19 of them singing into computers in harmony to spread, quote, "hope and cheer during this difficult time. We may be physically apart but music will always bring us together."

(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)

UNIDENTIFIED SINGER: ...(Singing) Over the rainbow, skies are blue. And the...

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