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In an elementary school in Brooklyn, music teacher Stephen Cedermark is taking on the fight to keep opera alive for kids. “When you think about opera in its purest form it's really story and song. And children really love both of those,” he said. The kids in his class draw, role play and sing opera stories – in Italian. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports.