Level-II Artsci Student Zachary Levine Featured in Front-Page Spec Story
Every Wednesday afternoon, Zachary Levine spends a couple hours singing familiar songs: “Brown Eyed Girl,” “Send in the Clowns,” “Love Me Do,” “Pinball Wizard.”
But for Levine, a second-year student at McMaster’s prestigious Arts & Science Program, this weekly singalong isn’t just a social endeavour.
Levine is the founder and director of the Parkinson’s Chorus, a group for those suffering with the disease and their families. Levine, 19, started the group in September along with two other students, assistant director Liam Cresswell and accompanist Cindy Cui.
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