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Media Release: Harmony Project Choir Rehearsals to be held at National Veteran’s Memorial and Museum

By August 26, 2019August 31st, 2019In the News

Columbus, OH: Harmony Project announces its partnership with the National Veteran’s Memorial and Museum (NVMM) in Downtown Columbus. Beginning August 26, Harmony Project’s 500-voice adult choir will hold its regular rehearsals in the Great Hall of NVMM.

A beautiful space, full of stories and meaning and purpose will serve as a musical home to 500 voices representing an intersection of Columbus neighbors from the north, south, east, and west sides. All 500 voices will sing in a space dedicated to those who risked and sacrificed their lives so that our voices could be heard.

In return for the generosity of NVMM hosting rehearsals, Harmony Project will gift 500 chairs to NVMM that will serve as rehearsal seating and meet a need for banquet and event seating for events at the museum. These two nonprofits each serve the public in different ways, and will work together for the benefit of both, while both working for the greater good.

“We are so fortunate to have this national treasure right here in Columbus,” said David Brown, Founder and Creative Director of Harmony Project. “Harmony Project is excited to collaborate with NVMM and unite people from every corner of our community to sing together in the Great Hall.”

Harmony Project will present The Concert for US: While We Are Here on Thursday, December 12, at Nationwide Arena.



Kadi McDonald
Director of Marketing, Communications, and Project Management


The National Veterans Memorial and Museum is the only museum in the nation dedicated to honoring all the courageous men and women who answered the call of our country. This 53,000 square-foot cultural institution stands as a place of inspiration for all visitors to come together to hear the stories and honor the service of our veterans at the New Home of the Brave.


Harmony Project connects people across social divides through the arts, education, and volunteer community service. Working together, we are building a stronger, more inclusive community with a focus on developing a social infrastructure that unites the community for the common good.


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