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JUBILEE DAY CONCERT

PART OF FIRST NIGHT FIRST DAY BOSTON

Free Admission, Open Seating
A celebratory afternoon of music and storytelling on the anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Presented in partnership with the Museum of African American History.

A celebratory afternoon of music and storytelling on the anniversary of President Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation. Presented in partnership with the Museum of African American History.

Handel and Haydn Society and the Museum of African American History partner to present the seventh annual Jubilee Day Concert, a joyous celebration of liberty and freedom. Join H+H musicians, conductor Scott Allen Jarrett, and National Poetry Slam Champion Regie Gibson to commemorate Boston’s historic central role in the abolition movement, to celebrate the spirit of progress for human rights, and to recognize the role of music in creating alliance and belonging.

We love partnering with the Museum of African American History and sharing the Jubilee Day Concert program with Boston audiences, it’s the perfect way to welcome in a New Year and commit ourselves once again to working together toward liberty, freedom, and equality for all.

H+H President and CEO, David Snead

Remarks by Marita Rivero, Executive Director,
Museum of African American History

Readings from the Emancipation Proclamation by Regie Gibson Scott Allen Jarrett
, conductor

The performance will last one hour.

TRINITY CHURCH BOSTON

206 CLARENDON STREET, BOSTON, MA 02116