Your students’ pride in their performance will shine through when they delight the public at one of these wonderful performance venues.
National Museum of the Marine Corps, Washington, DC
Less than an hour outside Washington, DC, the National Museum of the Marine Corps preserves and exhibits the history of the Marines, honoring their service to our country.
Your students are invited to perform for guests in the lobby area before exploring the exhibits.
The Chapel of Notre Dame de Bon Secours, Old Montreal
“For over 350 years, the Chapel of Notre-Dame-de-Bon-Secours, a jewel of history and heritage, has made its way into the hearts of generations of visitors and pilgrims. As you step into the church, you will immediately notice the peaceful atmosphere and feel a palpable link to Montreal’s past.”
They welcome both choral and instrumental groups to perform in this beautiful venue.
New Orleans Musical Legends Park
When your students visit the Big Easy, performance opportunities abound, including Musical Legends Park on Bourbon Street, which features bronze statues of such notable musicians as Al Hirt, Fats Domino and more.
American Music Theatre, Lancaster
American Music Theatre bills itself as “Big City Shows. Small Town Charm.”
Your students will shine as they entertain arriving guests in the lobby of the American Music Theatre. When the applause ends, they will enjoy a high quality family friendly show featuring talented performers and classic American music.
Celebrating the history and passion of rock & roll and the artists who create the music, the Rock Hall contains seven floors of exhibits: instruments, stagewear, films and more.
Your students can bring their passion for performing to visitors with an outdoor performance on the plaza.
Montreal: photo courtesy of Notre Dame de Bon Secours
New Orleans: photo credit Michael Schlesinger
DC: photo courtesy of National Museum of the Marine Corps
Cleveland: photo courtesy of Rock & Roll Hall of Fame