WHERE A MOMENT ON STAGE INSPIRES A LIFETIME OF EXCELLENCE
Do not miss the opportunity of a lifetime to perform in the world's greatest hall while paying tribute to the first responders and all who were impacted by the tragic events of 9/11.
The 2021 National Memorial Concert will commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 and will feature outstanding choirs consisting of First Responders and outstanding student singers.
The 9/11 MEMORIAL CONCERT - REMEMBERING 9-11, takes place in the beautiful and historic Stern Auditorium, Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall. This concert features First Responders and Survivors of the devastation of September 11, 2001. The Spirit of America is portrayed through music and spoken word, programmed to honor all those affected by the tragic events of that day, while inspiring all who participate to join together in building a brighter future.
Performance at Carnegie Hall under the direction of a Nationally Acclaimed Choral Director
Photo of your choir on stage at Carnegie Hall
Dinner Cruise on the Hudson
9/11 Museum and Memorial
Sightseeing in New York City!
1st Class Hotel
Intensive choir rehearsal under the direction of a Nationally Acclaimed Director / Educator
Understand the History, Culture and People that make the World's most popular city so unique.
Learn of the Emigration to a Free World by those who came to America through Ellis Island*
Experience Musical Theater as presented on Broadway in New York
Understand the Global impact of 9/11 at the Museum and Memorial
Witness the back stage production of the 9/11 Gala Concert to Remember 9/11
Get an overview of how finance systems work with a visit to Wall Street*
Visit the United Nations for a greater understanding of the importance of world government cooperation.*
Visit the Natural History Museum for a journey back in time and a greater understanding of our planet in the context of billions of planetary systems as presented at the planetarium. *
Visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the third most visited museum in the world and the largest museum in the United States.*
* Optional Excursions
Arrive in New York
Visit Central Park, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Times Square, and One World Observatory
Morning and Afternoon Rehearsals
Late Afternoon/Early Evening Dinner Cruise and Dance
Visit 9/11 Museum
Afternoon Dress Rehearsal
Evening National Memorial Concert, Remembering 9/11
Sightseeing (Chinatown, 5th Avenue, or Statue of Liberty)
Depart for Home
"Words cannot express how moved I am and how much of a life changing experience that was provided to me and my students over the last 4 days. The kids learned so much from the experience... it really made me personally feel like I actually know what I am doing as a director and as a professional musician. Our kids cannot stop talking about the show, the trip, the concert, meeting Sgt. Rose, and the whole experience."
- R. Michael Townsend, Destrehan High School (Louisiana)
An official event of the Remembering 9-11 Commemoration, The National Memorial Concert seeks to commemorate our past while celebrating our future through music