Stay tuned for info on Let Freedom Sing 2024!

Nashville Symphony | Dr. Jeffery L. Amesconductor | NaGuanda Nobles, soprano | Kashif Andrew Graham, poet | Celebration Chorus - Odessa Settles, coordinator | Celebration Youth Chorus - Dr. Nita Smith, co-director | Margaret Campbelle-Holman, co-director | Allen Christian, Associate Director 

The 29th annual Let Freedom Sing concert honors the life, legacy and triumphs of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement. Joined by special guests, the Nashville Symphony, Celebration Chorus and Celebration Youth Chorus perform an inspiring selection of classical works, songs, Traditionals and more.

Tickets are limited to 4 per order and 12 per group organization

Seats are guaranteed until 15 minutes prior to the event

Group reservations may be made via wufoo form. Groups will be cut off once 300 seats have been reserved (25 Groups of 12) and all Groups requests will be reviewed before tickets are assigned. Groups may be assigned based on prior attendance and at the discretion of the Nashville Symphony



J. Rosamond Johnson | arr. Roland Carter
Lift Every Voice and Sing

Adolphus Hailstork

Jeffery L. Ames
Benedictus from Requiem for Colour

Florence Price
IV. Scherzo/Finale from Symphony No. 3

Traditional Spiritual | arr. Jeffery Ames
Lord, How Come Me Here? From Requiem for Colour

Adolphus Hailstork
Kum Ba Yah from Three Spirituals

Traditional Spiritual | arr. Marjorie H. Campbelle
This Little Light of Mine

Jeffery L. Ames
Celebration Omega: Heaven from Requiem for Colour

Traditional Spiritual

Traditional Spiritual | arr. Roy Ringwald
We Shall Overcome



Explore the archives! Take a walk down memory lane with us as we look back at previous events that commemorate the life, legacy, and triumphs of Martin Luther King Jr.


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