CHATHAM, NJ - Ken Bryson, the Chatham High choral director, managed to meld the solo performances of his "Voices" students to create a virtual rendition of "Truth".

Chatham Superintendent Michael LaSusa provided a link to the performance in his recent message to district parents.

"Our choral director, Ken Bryson, asked his Chatham Voices students to use their cell phones to record “Truth,” by Andrea Ramsey," LaSusa said. "Each student did their solo rendition in isolation at their homes this week. Then they sent their pieces to Mr. Bryson, he shared it with our performing arts supervisor, James Lawrence, and he put them all together for our first-ever Virtual Voices performance." 

Chatham High "Voices" students make a virtual performance of "Truth"