WASHINGTON D.C. — The Mormon Choir of Washington, D.C., presents a free concert, Saturday, June 26 at 5 p.m. in the Great Hall of the National Building Museum. This is part of The Music in the Great Hall Concerts in Partnership Series.
The concert is under the direction of Gary Clawson, assisted by David Hardin, and accompanied by Kay Durr.
The choir will sing selections from classic musicals including “Les Miserables,” “The Music Man,” and “South Pacific.” The performance will also include music by Aaron Copeland as well as a medley of familiar Disney favorites, “Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah,” “Whistle While You Work,” “Some Day My Prince Will Come,” “The Bare Necessities,” and others.
The Mormon Choir of Washington, D.C., was founded in 1980. This concert continues its 24th year tradition of service to church and community.
The National Building Museum, created by an act of Congress in 1980, is a private, nonprofit institution that examines and interprets American achievements in building through exhibitions and programs. Its Music in the Great Hall series of concerts is made possible by a grant from the Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation. For more information about the National Building Museum, visit http://www.nbm.org/.
The National Building Museum is located at 401 F Street NW, Washington, D.C. The concert is open to the public and the admission is free but seating is limited. Those wishing to attend are encouraged to arrive early. To use the Metro take the Red Line and get off at Judiciary Square Station.
For more information about The Mormon Choir of Washington D.C. and its upcoming performances, visit the choir’s website at http://www.mormonchoir.org/.