The Detroit Youth Choir high school seniors plan to keep making beautiful music

See how the graduating students are preparing to continue their success

Senior Week with DYC on Live in the D

This segment is sponsored by Eastern Michigan University, Concordia University in Ann Arbor, Western Michigan and The Mike Morse Law Firm

The Detroit Youth Choir (DYC) was continuing their amazing year after their appearances on America’s Got Talent and preparing to make more music when COVID-19 stopped it all. Although it was extremely hard on the eight high school seniors, they didn’t let the pandemic nor quarantine get them down. Kila Peeples spoke to many of the seniors and their Artistic Director, Anthony White, about what they were doing when COVID-19 hit and their plans for the future.

White explained how the seniors were the core of the group and how they hold a special place in his heart. He said he plans on helping them create whatever music they would like to take with them to college and that the rest of the DYC is still singing, even if it’s over multiple Zoom calls.

Watch the video above to see how the seniors prepared for the next steps of their journey.

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