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July 4 Spectacular

Available for viewing from July 4 at 6 p.m. until Aug. 18.

Join Pacific Symphony for a free Independence Day concert featuring patriotic favorites such as John Williams' "Midway March," "76 Trombones" from "The Music Man," "God Bless the USA" with Lee Greenwood, "Stars and Stripes Forever" and the finale from Peter Boyer's "Ellis Island: The Dream of America." 

Plus, the debut of a mosaic performance of "America the Beautiful" featuring Pacific Chorale and the American Feel Young Chorus, a musical salute to the armed forces and a virtual fireworks finale

Artists:
Carl St.Clair, conductor | Richard Kaufman, conductor
Lee Greewood, vocalist
Pacific Chorale —Robert Istad, artistic driector
American Feel Young Chorus
Pacific Symphony

This program is dedicated to Frontline Healthcare Workers and in recognition of two great Americans: Charlie and Ling Zhang.

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July 4 Activities You Can Do at Home

We’ve rounded up a few educational and musical activities you can do at home on July 4! We’ve included a recommended age range for each item so you can see at a glance what might be suitable for your young loved ones. Don’t worry—none of these activities require you to set off your own fireworks, but they’re all fun!

View/Download the Activity Sheet (PDF)


More Virtual Concerts

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John Williams: Maestro of the Movics
Available until July 14