Learning self-expression and teamwork is a theme for those involved in the Plymouth-Canton Educational Park (PCEP) Choir.
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The students involved get so much more than a vocal workout from the experience, “Music in my life has really helped me to express myself,” said choir member Madeline Klozik.
Music is a constant in the life of many of the students. Choir member, Ethan Wolf said, “… it’s just like a comfort zone for me … whenever I feel bad whenever I feel happy, whenever I feel sad I just go to music.”READ MORE: Fritz Erickson Fired As President At Northern Michigan University
Director of Choirs at PCEP, Jennifer Neumann explains the importance of the program, “It just creates more well-rounded and more confident individual — being involved in music.”
Richard Wolf Co-chair of Plymouth-Canton Educational Park Choirs touting the skill of the group said, “At every level they’re so amazing. There’s not just one. They’re all great.”MORE NEWS: Michigan Reports 6,080 New COVID-19 Cases, 82 Deaths
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