NEWARK, N.J. — The last remaining urban-based choir school in the United States is in Newark, and the school has announced that it’s temporarily shutting down.

School officials are trying to keep their doors open and they need help.

For nearly 50 years, students at the Newark Boys Chorus School have given jaw-dropping performances both locally and internationally, even crossing paths with famous celebrities like Sting."They’ve sang for the Pope. They sang at the White House … They have sang under Leonard Bernstein’s direction," said Mary Bentley Lamar, board of directors vice president.But the tuition-free private school, which provides a strong […]

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