22nd Annual Choral Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at The Kennedy Center
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Under the artistic direction of Norman Scribner, the concert will be a powerful collaboration of over 250 diverse artists. With the theme of “Forward the Dream,” these talented individuals will give voice to Dr. Kings legacy, emphasizing the importance of his message of non-violence, equality and justice beyond US race relations.
The 2010 Humanitarian Award will be presented to Charlayne Hunter-Gault, a distinguished journalist who has been both a soldier and beneficiary of the Civil Rights Movement.
The Choral Arts Chorus
Norman Scribner, Artistic Director
The Heritage Signature Chorale
Stanley J. Thurston, Music Director
The Suitland High School for the Visual and Performing Arts Chamber Choir
Kenneth Boucher, Music Director
Ralph Herndon & Friends
Cynné Simpson, Host
Reverend Juan P. Guthrie, Master of Ceremonies