RICHMOND, Va. -- The Greater Richmond Chorus has not sung together since the pandemic began in March.
Today, the group released a video of the chorus coming together virtually.
The group is made up of over 70 women who sing locally and compete nationally as a division of the Sweet Adelines, a global organization of women singers.
The Greater Richmond Chorus is led by director Vera Crouse.
While the group has been practicing virtually for the past few months, this is the first time that members have heard their voices all together since March.
Members say they can't wait until they can all sing together again.
You can watch the full video here.