Want to hear the way the ‘Star-Spangled Banner’ sounds after Glenn Beck tells a world class orchestra and choir the real story behind the song?
Last year, Glenn asked the Millennial Choir and Orchestra (MCO) to work with him on a new show – a tribute to our Founding Fathers, to Old Glory, to the U.S. Armed Forces, to Americans past and present, and to God. The show combines elements of spoken word by Glenn Beck and music by MCO, telling amazing stories of faith and history while creating a truly immersive experience for the audience.
You may have heard Glenn read ‘The New Colossus’ from the base of the Statue of Liberty. You can now hear it with a chorus and full orchestra to help him tell it.
The show starts at the beginning with the Pilgrims and takes you to World War 2. It’s history with over two million dollars worth of artifacts and unparalleled storytelling – all performed by the new Millennial Choir and Orchestra.
There have already been four sold out shows in Arizona. There was an amazing reaction. Goose bumps and tears.
See how we all come together before as Americans and what will bring us together again.
Tickets are still available for some of the upcoming shows.
Details and ticket links below (all times local):
- Salt Lake City, Utah - Thursday, May 29th, 2014 at 7:30pm (Glenn Beck Narration Recorded)
- Orange County, California – Saturday May 31st, 2014 at 5:00pm and 8:00pm at Segerstrom Concert Hall (Glenn Beck Narration Recorded)
About the performance:
Millennial Choirs & Orchestras (MCO), a choral and orchestra group with more than 2,600 singers and instrumentalists, including children, teenagers, and adults, has joined with Glenn Beck to premiere the musical tribute to God and country, ‘To Be American’. Featuring both original music and American classics composed and arranged by Brett Stewart, and a spoken word narrative by Glenn, the production is a tribute to our Founding Fathers, to Old Glory, to the U.S. Armed Forces, to Americans past and present, and to God.
On Tuesday’s Glenn Beck Radio Program, Glenn talked about his involvement in the performance and how the show came to be: