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2021 Featured Program

REMEMBER WWI 

COMMEMORATION

The fighting in World War I ended on November 11, 1918.  Over the course of the following two years, the Allied forces and Germany participated in peace treaties ultimately ending with the treaty of Versailles. That treaty came into effect in 1920. 100 years later, we will commemorate this historic event with the Remembering WWI event in Belgium, Luxembourg and France

PEARL HARBOR MEMORIAL PARADE



December 7, 1941 was a day that would live in infamy and thrust the United States of America into the second World War. Now 70 years later Americans and people from all over the world gather to pay tribute to those who were here on that fateful day. The ceremony and parade are organized to provide the public an opportunity to express their appreciation for the service and sacrifice of our veterans and their families.  

D-DAY MEMORIAL PARADE

On June 6, 1944 Allied forces crossed the English Channel and landed on the beaches of Normandy, France to liberate Western Europe from the occupation of Nazi Germany.  Today the D-Day Memorial Parade pays tribute to all those who paid the price to ensure the liberation of Europe.  The beautiful and historic village of Ste. Mere Eglise in Normandy is proud to host this parade on the anniversary of D-Day each year.

 

GOLD STAR FAMILIES

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE - HAWAII

Each year Gold Star Families are recognized for their sacrifice to our nation in the National Gold Star Families Memorial Day Parade. This historic event takes place in our beautiful island state of Hawaii. 

Bands, Choirs, Orchestras, Community and Veterans organizations join together in a heartfelt tribute to those who have lost a loved one in military action. We must do what we can to demonstrate our appreciation for their service to our nation and for their sacrifice for the cause of liberty. 

AMERICAN MUSICAL SALUTE

American Musical Salute programs feature All-American performing ensembles in meaningful historically themed concerts in Washington DC, New York City, Philadelphia, Boston and other historic cities across America. 

PARADE OF HEROES

Parade of Heroes is an annual event held in Washington DC on Veterans Day week.  This event features outstanding bands, choirs and JROTC cadets from around the country in a special tribute to our Veterans at the WWII, Korean War, and Vietnam War memorials.

 

NATIONAL MEMORIAL CONCERT REMEMBERING 9-11

The National Fall sing features outstanding choirs in a combined Honor Choir performance at Carnegie Hall in New York City. This Historic Occasion pays tribute to those who lost their lives during the events of 9-11. This concert will take place during the second week of October each each year. 

 

BEETHOVEN 250

Join the official Beethoven 250th Anniversary Celebration at the Lincoln Center in New York City in the Spring of 2020. This event is primarily for outstanding school orchestras. 

 

NATIONAL VIETNAM VETERANS PARADE

The National Vietnam Veterans Parade takes place each March on Vietnam Veterans Day in Honolulu, Hawaii. Hawaii was the state that our Vietnam Veterans left from to the war and came home to after the war. It is fitting that this great state play host to the largest welcome home event for our Vietnam Veterans. This parade will feature Marching Bands, Choirs, Cultural and Civic organizations, Military units and of course our Veterans and their families. 

 

Assist Historic Programs in providing meaningful tributes to our veterans and their families, and support future history makers by making a contribution today.

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