Singer from NBC’s “The Voice” to perform with Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra

Posted on: July 11, 2016

“Hannah Huston, the 25-year-old preschool teacher who finished third this spring on the 10th edition of NBC’s ‘The Voice,’ will perform at 3 and 7 p.m. Sept. 18 with Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra at the Lied Center for Performing Arts,” writes Jeff Korbelik in Wednesday’s (7/8) Lincoln Journal Star (Nebraska). “Huston will sing eight of the songs she performed on ‘The Voice.’… The symphony, under the direction of Edward Polochick, has commissioned orchestral arrangements from the reality competition show. ‘ “The Voice” was generous enough to share their charts with us for this one-time event, and we’re working with a composer to round them out for full orchestra,’ Polochick said in a news release. ‘I am especially looking forward to hearing “Every Breath You Take” with a full complement of strings players and “Say You Love Me” with the power of LSO’s entire brass section.’ The program will include Huston inviting students from Arnold Elementary, where she taught before participating on ‘The Voice,’ to join her onstage to perform a song. Huston, LSO and the Lied Center also are encouraging concert-goers and fans to join Huston in supporting the LPS Early Childhood Fund for Excellence.”

Posted July 11, 2016