After a week of so much violence, performers in Dallas are turning to music to respond to tragedy.
“Dallas Sings/Dallas Strong” is a free concert co-hosted by Credo Choir and the City of Dallas Office of Cultural Affairs at the Meyerson Symphony Center — and the choir is you. Everyone is invited to join the choir, which Jonathan Palant, founder and director of Credo, hopes will number in the hundreds.
Local singers like Liz Mikel, Denise Lee and Ava Pine will perform, and leaders will speak, including Bishop Michael McKee of the United Methodist Church of North Texas and Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez. Will Richey, Alejandro Perez Jr. and Thom Browne will perform a spoken word piece.
Watch the stream here: