Darryl Chamberlain got a thumbs-up from one of his students at a practice session for the St. James United Methodist A-Flat Youth Orchestra. They were at the church, 5540 Wayne Ave.
Darryl Chamberlain got a thumbs-up from one of his students at a practice session for the St. James United Methodist A-Flat Youth Orchestra. They were at the church, 5540 Wayne Ave. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com
Darryl Chamberlain got a thumbs-up from one of his students at a practice session for the St. James United Methodist A-Flat Youth Orchestra. They were at the church, 5540 Wayne Ave. File photo by Keith Myers kmyers@kcstar.com

Kansas City youth orchestra and its director featured on the ‘Today’ show

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