US Navy Sea Chanters Concert
Tue, February 27 @ 7:30 pm
The United States Navy’s official chorus, the Navy Band Sea Chanters sing across genres, from traditional choral music, sea chanteys and patriotic songs, to opera, Broadway, and contemporary tunes. Under the leadership of Senior Chief Musician Adam Tyler, they can be found at the center of our most important national events and at concerts across the country, pleasing audiences from government officials and foreign dignitaries, to schoolchildren and the general public. Initially formed in 1956 to perpetuate the songs of the sea, the Sea Chanters mission has expanded over the years. They play a vital role in comforting our nation in times of mourning, at memorials, dedications and days of remembrance. They have appeared in the National Memorial Day Concerts at the U.S. Capitol, and with orchestras, ensembles, and artists such as Perry Como, Marian Anderson, Kenny Rogers, and Lionel Richie. Remaining true to the Navy’s watchwords of pride and professionalism, the Sea Chanters flourish as a vibrant ensemble and a proud symbol of the arts in our country.
This event is free but tickets are required. Limited to four tickets per family. Request tickets now as we anticipate a full house for this event!