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Members of a chorus who attended school at the University of Liberia are hosting a concert to rebuild their war-torn alma mater.

With chorus members living in the U.S., Europe and Liberia, the group was able to practice...apart. Their director posted music on YouTube and emailed scores for them to sing to. The University of Liberia Alumni Chorus performs a benefit concert tonight at 6pm, at Woodside United Methodist Church in Silver Spring.

Stephanie Kaye reports...

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