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  • SINGING IN A GROUP! The Research Doesn’t Lie

    SINGING IN A GROUP! The Research Doesn’t Lie

    Written By Jackie Curtis on August 21st      •      Comments Off on SINGING IN A GROUP! The Research Doesn’t Lie      •      Newsletter

    For past and current members of My Pop Choir, a group of community based choirs for those who love to sing but may have no experience or training in music, they already know the physical, psychological and emotional benefits...

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  • Singing in a Group Can Be Life Changing!

    Written By Jackie Curtis on July 15th      •       No Comments      •      Feeling great

    Singing in a choir has become a media focus lately as people try to find a way to relax, to find themselves and to escape.  As Drew Shannon wrote in the November 12, 2017 issue of the Globe &...

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  • Imperfect Harmony

    Imperfect Harmony

    Written By Jackie Curtis on July 11th      •       No Comments      •      Books

    As the description of author and amateur choir singer, Stacy Horn’s book, Imperfect Harmony, says, “choir singing is the one thing in her life that never fails to take her to a transcendent place and remind her that everything...

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  • Big benefits to singing in a choir!

    Big benefits to singing in a choir!

    Written By Jackie Curtis on July 9th      •       No Comments      •      Feeling great

    If you've considered, even momentarily, after a few glasses of something, that singing in a choir might be fun but you worry how you'd sound... you already know that the thought of singing with others usually involves a party...

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