Choir singers could save the world!

A recent report from the US National Endowment for The Arts looked at patterns of civic and social engagement among ‘art goers’. It found that 65 per cent of adults who sang in choirs did voluntary or charity work and 60 per cent attended community meetings. ‘These rates not only exceed the national averages, but they also surpass volunteer and community meeting rates reported by performing arts and art museum attendees,’ says Ann Meier Baker, CEO and president of Chorus America.

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