News | March 5, 2023 | 16:48
(Washington DC) – of The Royal Dutch Embassy and the National Park Service’s George Washington Memorial Parkway are 2nd The annual Freedom Concert will be held on May 10th at 4pm in Carillon, Netherlands.
The Dutch Carillon is a 127-foot-tall musical monument and a symbol of peace and freedom. It was given to President Truman by Queen Juliana in 1952. It was a gift from the Dutch people to the American people as a token of appreciation for their support during and after World War II.
The Freedom Concert is held to commemorate the Dutch Liberation Day, which is celebrated on May 5th.
Her Royal Highness Princess Marguerite Guest speaker Holland discusses the importance of celebrating freedom. His Highness was born in Canada in 1943, during World War II. The royal family returned to Holland after its liberation by Allied forces in 1945.
Carillonner Edward Nassau from the United States and Rosemarie Suntiens from the Netherlands performed modern and classical music, while students from the Washington School of Ballet performed dances choreographed by Mimo Mikkoris especially for the concert. show off.
At the event, media will have the opportunity to interview Dutch Ambassador André Haspels, Christine Smith, Deputy Commissioner of the National Park Service, George Washington Memorial Parkway, and the Washington School of Ballet Carolina and dancers. there is.
Media wishing to cover the concert must RSVP by 3:00 pm on May 8, sending their names and media outlets to: email@example.com.
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