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Farmington High School choir students work hard to pursue big dreams

Meg Hilling
December 12, 2018 06:38 PM

FARMINGTON, N.M. –  What does it take to be a singer like Chevel Shepherd?

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KOB caught up with the choir team at her school, who told us the secret is practice.

"I think anybody can sing. I mean we talk, so it's the same muscles that you are using. It's just a matter of finding a pitch," Choir teacher at Farmington High School Laura Argotsinger said.

Throughout the school year, these students come together to practice and enhance their singing performance.

"Like anything, there is that 10,000 hours idea,” Argotsinger said. "Anybody is capable. I would love to try and teach anybody how to sing."

And the students said it’s well worth the work.

"I think music has really like opened up a world for people to express,” student, Arianna Borunda said.

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