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Let Freedom Sing on 4th of July at UA Centennial Hall

 

 

 

 


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For over three decades, Let Freedom Sing has delighted audiences and embraced the diverse patriotic spirit of Southern Arizonans. Musical selections include patriotic standards and all-American hits, with a star-spangled line-up.

 Let Freedom Sing is an inspiring and honoring celebration of our nation’s birthday in song – uniting our diverse backgrounds and fostering a sense of community. Through the years, the production has become part of the cultural fabric of Tucson.

 

 


 

 

 

 Join us July 4th at Let Freedom Sing,
a star-spangled celebration of our nation’s birthday! Musical selections include patriotic standards
and all-American hits,
featuring the Arts Express
choir and band, with stars:
Armen Dirtadian, Crystal Stark,
Chach Snook, Dennis Tamblyn,
Domingo DeGrazia, and MORE!

 

 

 

Tickets Available Now!

Online: www.arts-express.org
Phone: (520) 319-0400
Eastside: Gospel Supplies, 5640 N. Broadway
Central: 988 University Blvd

 

Let Freedom Sing on 4th of July

LET FREEDOM SING 2017

A musical celebration of our nation’s birthday!

July 4th, 2017 at 3:00 PM     •     UA Centennial Hall, 1020 E University Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85724

“For over three decades, Let Freedom Sing has delighted audiences and embraced the diverse patriotic spirit of Southern Arizonans. Musical selections include patriotic standards and all-American hits, with a star-spangled line-up.

Big Band Express and the Let Freedom Sing Choir

Soloists Ben Cline, Liz Cracchiolo, Jodi Darling, Armen Dirtadian, Delores Maddox, Chach Snook, Dennis Tamblyn and more!

Innovative trumpeter Ruben Moreno and his band, Mariachi Luz de Luna

The sizzling and swinging 4Gents, Tucson’s SuperGroup Quartet

Let Freedom Sing is an inspiring and honoring celebration of our nation’s birthday in song – uniting our diverse backgrounds and fostering a sense of community. Through the years, the production has become part of the cultural fabric of Tucson.

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Let Freedom Sing on the 4th of July

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★A Star Spangled Celebration★
July 4th 2016, 3 pm at Centennial Hall, 1020 E. University Blvd. Tucson

USA CLUB SEATING
Front/Middle sections:
$25/person donation

GENERAL SEATING:
$10/person suggested donation
Kids 8 and under Free!

Get Tickets Here! (online website)

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Let Freedom Sing on 4th of July

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LET FREEDOM SING 2015

JULY 4th at 3:00 pm

UA CENTENNIAL HALL

From www.arts-express.org website:

Join us on Independence Day, July 4th at 3 PM as Arts Express celebrates the birth of our nation. The 31st annual patriotic spectacular“Let Freedom Sing” will be presented at Centennial Hall on the U of A campus at Park and University. The program will feature the Arts Express Choir, Orchestra and soloists under the direction of Dr. Joan Ashcraft, Co-Artistic Director of Arts Express. The production will highlight inspiring stories that demonstrate Americans’ commitment to country and freedom. The Davis-Monthan Honor Guard will post the colors, and each branch of the military will be recognized during a special Salute to the Armed Forces.

Arts Express Choir, Orchestra and Soloists

JOAN ASHCRAFT, Conductor and Artistic Director

with Special Guest, THE LARRY REDHOUSE TRIO

We hope to see you and your entire family on July 4th at 3 PM at Centennial Hall for Tucson’s long-standing tradition, “Let Freedom Sing” presented by Arts Express.

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“Let Freedom Sing” on the 4th of July

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Arts Express is celebrating their 30th anniversary of “Let Freedom” Sing at the UA Centennial Hall,  3 p.m.

JOAN ASHCRAFT, Conductor and Artistic Director

FEATURING

THE ARTS EXPRESS CHOIR AND ORCHESTRA

BIG BAND EXPRESS

ARTHUR MIGLIAZZA:  Award Winning Blues & Boogie Woogie Pianist

AND SPECIAL SOLOISTS

A Tribute to Freedom Has A Face – Michael Viti: Hiking for Heroes

Recognition of the 70th Anniversary of the Battle of Normandy, D-Day

and Presentation of the Colors by Davis Monthan Honor Guard with Recognition of Each Branch of Service

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