The Cherelles contributed $825 to Linwood Center to support the music enrichment program of Linwood Center school. Recent studies indicate that daily sensory enrichment experiences — including music enrichment — may improve cognitive and behavioral symptoms associated with autism.
The Cherelles — begun in 2010 when two ladies formed a duet to perform Louis Armstrong’s signature tune, What a Wonderful World — has grown into an ensemble of eight female voices that perform an eclectic mix of popular tunes from Broadway shows and Hollywood movies, as well as Folk, Rock and pop standards. The group sings for the benefit of the Linwood Center, donating their earnings to the school’s music enrichment program. The Cherelles are proud that their efforts are helping to create the possibility of extraordinary lives for children and adults living with autism and their families.
For more about this dynamic singing group, visit http://www.cherelles.com/