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The Los Angeles Master Chorale wants thousands of people around California to sing

The rehearsal gave singers a chance to meet each other, and to be conducted by composer Eric Whitacre.
The rehearsal gave singers a chance to meet each other, and to be conducted by composer Eric Whitacre.
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The rehearsal gave singers a chance to meet each other, and to be conducted by composer Eric Whitacre.
During the event on Saturday, the Los Angeles Master Chorale plans on filling the over 2,000 seats in Walt Disney Concert Hall with singers.
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The rehearsal gave singers a chance to meet each other, and to be conducted by composer Eric Whitacre.
Singers and music enthusiasts gathered for a rehearsal on Thursday, July 19, at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
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The rehearsal gave singers a chance to meet each other, and to be conducted by composer Eric Whitacre.
Adrien Redford, audience engagement coordinator and singer in the Los Angeles Master Chorale, said the moment he's looking forward to the most is hearing the audience join in as they sing a version of the Pentatonix song "Sing."
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The Los Angeles Master Chorale has a big performance coming up Saturday at Walt Disney Concert Hall, but there’s no need to be a quiet or polite audience member.

That’s because the event, called The Big Sing, is so-titled because the group actually wants audience members to sing along.