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U. S. Army Chorus (uncredited)

U.S. Army Chorus

We welcome back The U.S. Army Chorus as we kick off the holiday season with an hour of holiday music that will cheer all audiences. Beyond the traditional military music and patriotic standards, the repertoire of the Army Chorus covers a broad spectrum which includes pop, Broadway, folk, and classical music. The U.

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U.S. Army Chorus 12/6/13: U.S. Army Chorus

The vocal ensemble presents a program of cheerful holiday music.

U.S. Army Chorus

The vocal ensemble presents a program of cheerful holiday music.
U.S. Army Chorus 12/22/12: U.S. Army Chorus

The acclaimed group performs a festive program.

U.S. Army Chorus

The acclaimed group performs a festive program.
U.S. Army Chorus 8/26/12: U.S. Army Chorus

The acclaimed ensemble performs a program of pop, Broadway, folk, and classical music.

U.S. Army Chorus

The acclaimed ensemble performs a program of pop, Broadway, folk, and classical music.
U.S. Army Chorus 8/3/11: U.S. Army Chorus

An evening of music in celebration of its 55th anniversary.

U.S. Army Chorus

An evening of music in celebration of its 55th anniversary.
U.S. Army Chorus 8/26/10: U.S. Army Chorus

Founded in 1956 and able to sing in more than 26 languages, the chorus presents an evening of American music.

U.S. Army Chorus

Founded in 1956 and able to sing in more than 26 languages, the chorus presents an evening of American music.
The U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants/The U.S. Army Chorus 6/4/08: The U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants/The U.S. Army Chorus

The U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants have appeared before every chief executive of the United States since President Truman, as well as with the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia, Houston, and National Symphony Orchestras. In 2006, The U.S. Army Chorus celebrated its 50th Anniversary; many past members have gone on to successful careers in music education and as soloists on Broadway and opera stages around the world.

The U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants/The U.S. Army Chorus

The U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants have appeared before every chief executive of the United States since President Truman, as well as with the New York Philharmonic, the Philadelphia, Houston, and National Symphony Orchestras. In 2006, The U.S. Army Chorus celebrated its 50th Anniversary; many past members have gone on to successful careers in music education and as soloists on Broadway and opera stages around the world.

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