Terry A La Berry sings with Rosey Dzierga's kindergarten and first-grade after-school class.
NORTH ADAMS, Mass. — Rosey Dzierga's kindergarten and first-grade after-school pupils shared their anti-bullying message through song with Lenox musician Terry "A La Berry" Hall to community members and families on Monday afternoon at Brayton Elementary School.
"They worked really hard... I think they deserve this recognition," Dzierga said.
That experience went so well that Hall decided to call up Dzierga when his next project, a music video for his song, "Brave to be Kind," came to fruitation. Hall worked with the children to create a video, with them assisting in the chorus.
"These kids are so motivated, it's so much fun," Hall said.
The children walked down the red carpet into the school library. They then sang the two songs and presented the video to the crowd, which featured Mayor Richard Alcombright and Superintendent James Montepare.
Hall's latest album "Bad Kitty," which includes last summer's pupils singing "One People," was on sale.
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