Tony nominees Christopher Jackson (Hamilton) and Renée Fleming (Carousel) host the third annual United in Song concert, premiering on PBS stations around the country December 31; check local listings.
Performers for United in Song 2022: Ringing in the New Year Together also include Tony winner Matt Doyle, Carolina Gaitán, Mandy Gonzalez, Natalie Grant, Tony winner Joaquina Kalukango, MILCK, Ricardo Morales, Jacqueline Schwab, Reginald Smith Jr., Rhonda Vincent, Wendlo, Brett Young, and Raye Zaragoza plus three collegiate choirs: Boise State University Meistersingers, led by Dr. C. Michael Porter; Ohio University Singers, led by Dr. Bradley Naylor; and Spelman College Glee Club, led by Dr. Kevin P. Johnson.
The special also features a newly commissioned performance by New York City Ballet Principal Dancer Tiler Peck and soloist Roman Mejia.
The artists are backed by the American Pops Orchestra, led by conductor Luke Frazier.
United in Song 2022 spotlights three historic theatres: People’s Bank Theater in Marietta, Ohio, built in 1911 and recently restored; the 87-year-old Earl and Rachel Smith Strand Theatre in Marietta, Georgia; and Boise, Idaho's The Egyptian Theatre.
The 90-minute concert will also be available to stream on PBS.org and the PBS Video App.