Coronavirus derails dreams at performing arts schools

Inside a wooden paneled place, Chris Hunter sits upright, his hands hovering around a keyboard. About 25 students from the opera organization at Los Angeles County Superior School for the Arts, known as LACHSA, pay back heed as the co-director qualified prospects them by means of a standard class warm-up: they stand, inhale deep and let their voices fill the air.

Typical, apart from they’ve tuned in by way of Zoom. Like colleges all around the nation LACHSA is shut to sluggish the unfold of COVID-19, so instruction is having area on line in students’ living rooms, bedrooms or at

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