Vocal Tribute: Dallas Symphony Chorus Gives Free Concert for Firefighters, Police

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DALLAS — On a day marked for reflection and remembrance, the Dallas Symphony Chorus offered a free, hour-long concert in appreciation of North Texas firefighters, police officers and first responders.

The tribute, conducted by Joshua Habermann, included uplifting music and patriotic tunes to honor our nation’s heroes.

Dallas Fire-Rescue Chief Louie Bright and Dallas Police Chief David Brown were among those in attendance.

The chorus filled the Morton Meyerson Symphony Center with their rich and vibrant voices. The choir entertained the audience with traditional and iconic songs to include:  The Star-Spangled Banner; Simple Gifts; Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal; Evensong; I’ll Praise My Maker; and For All the Saints.

Those in attendance said they were appreciative of the recognition, and remember vividly the events of September 11, 2001, that forever altered our nation.


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