Friday, Nov. 12 at 7 p.m
Four singing sergeants, fresh from a triumphant performance on America’s Got Talent, lend their voices to the service of their military comrades in an evening of patriotic and inspirational music.
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center, and U.S. Vets proudly present Voices of Service, a concert to raise funds and awareness for soldiers suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome and other visible and invisible wounds, Friday, Nov. 12 at 7 p.m.
Retired Master Sgt. Caleb Green retired Staff Sgt. Ron Henry, Sgt. Maj. Christal Rheams and Sgt. 1st Class Jason Hanna share something even more remarkable than the soaring voices they blend to inspire audiences. After a stellar national appearance on season 14 of America’s Got Talent, where the singing sergeants placed fifth overall, they joined with the non-profit Center for American Military Music Opportunities (CAMMO) to offer their incredible vocal skills to the service of military causes nationwide.
Voices of Service’s November 12 concert will raise funding for the Prescott Chapter of U.S. Vets, a non-profit dedicated to ending veteran homelessness in the United States. A national philanthropic organization, with eleven locations across the country, U.S. Vets offers housing, job training, and mental health & wellness services as well as individual support to more than 20,000 veterans each year.
Now in their sixth year of performing together, Voices of Service has been able to create national awareness of what music can do for servicemen and women in need. The quartet represents the excellence that exists within our military and veteran communities – an inspiring example for the nation that they serve, have served, and continue to serve through music.
Yavapai College Performing Arts Center will also be offering pre-and post-show events. A pre-show fundraising dinner, prepared by Chef Barry Barbe of El Gato Azul, will feature Chicken Roulades over Herbed Risotto with Pumpkin Tiramisu for dessert. The dinner will be held on the scenic terrace of the Performing Arts Center, is $60 per person and reservations are required. YCPAC is also hosting a limited-capacity post-show champagne reception, that includes a meet & greets with the Voices of Service performers and a delicious dessert for $15 per person. All proceeds go to benefit U.S. Vets.
Tickets for Voices of Service are $35, $45, and $55 for adults. Yavapai College Performing Arts Center is located at YC’s Prescott Campus, 1100 E. Sheldon Street, in Prescott. For reservations or more information on Voices of Service, as well as the pre-and post-show events, please contact the YCPAC Ticket Office at (928) 776.2000 or on the web at: www.ycpac.com.