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- Music, Contemporary Issues, Human Interest, Cultural History, and Arts
A retired DC high school music teacher, celebrated for changing her students’ lives, tracks down hundreds of former protégés to sing together once more.
It was 1988 in Ronald Reagan’s America and Marion Barry’s Washington DC, when an ensemble of Black public high school singers raised $160,000 to travel halfway across the world to a chorus competition in Vienna, Austria. The Eastern High School Choir returned home triumphant—with a Silver trophy and invitations to perform with musical icons, on national television, and at the White House for years to come. Where are they now?
- in post-production
- Malkia K. Lydia ... Producer/Director
- Prod. Co.
- Kuyamba Media LLC
- United States
- Years of Production
- DC and Maryland
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