“Dallas Sing/Dallas Strong” at Meyerson Symphony Center on July 14

Posted on: July 12, 2016

“In the wake of this week’s tragic shooting of police officers after a peaceful protest in Dallas, several of the area’s chorales and choruses are coming together for a free event called Dallas Sing/Dallas Strong,” writes Mark Lowry on Saturday (7/9) at Theaterjones.com (north Texas). “It’s 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 14 at the Meyerson Symphony Center in the Dallas Arts District. Singers include members of the Credo Choir, the Turtle Creek Chorale, Dallas Symphony Chorus, Dallas Independent School District, Cathedral of Hope, Temple Shalom and others; along with vocalists Ava Pine, Denise Lee, Liz Mikel and Paul Mason.” A press release states, “Several speakers, both religious and lay leaders, will offer thoughts and words of encouragement. Anyone wishing to sing in the massed choir is asked to enter the Meyerson Symphony Center through the glass doors on Flora Street by 5:30 p.m. and follow signage toward the stage. There is no pre-registration. Sheet music will be distributed at the start of rehearsal. There is no charge to sing and all singers are welcome. Attire for performers is business casual.”

Posted July 12, 2016