Military Wife Singers Needed

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As one of Washington's premier benefit engagements, the annual Kennedy Center Spring Gala provides critical funding to support the Center's performances, education, and outreach initiatives.

For the 2012 Spring Gala event, the Kennedy Center is delighted to bring the incredible artistry of David Foster to the Concert Hall stage. A 16-time Grammy Award winner, David Foster has written, composed, and produced records for a diverse and exceptional catalogue of talents, including Michael Bublé, the late Whitney Houston, Céline Dion, Toni Braxton, Madonna, Chaka Khan, Josh Groban, Barbra Streisand, and many others.

Offering a rare combination of talent, taste, and dedication to his work, David Foster has achieved a phenomenal string of hit records and multi-platinum awards over the past three decades. The Kennedy Center celebrates Foster's fine contribution to the arts with a collaboration of special guests, including Grammy Award-nominated trumpeter Chris Botti, Billboard's No.1 Traditional Jazz Artist and vocalist Peter Cincotti, Grammy-nominated vocalist Jewel, Grammy, Tony, and Emmy Award Winner Barry Manilow, and others.

This is an amazing opportunity to perform with some of the world's best performers, represent your community/base and help the Kennedy Center continue its work in the arts.

If you are interested in participating, please contact CAMMO Artistic Director Victor Hurtado at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 1-800-517-5261 no later than April 26, 2012 for information about requirements and audition/rehearsal schedules.


C*A*M*M*O is a 501c(3) non-profit organization founded in 2009 by U.S. Navy veteran Cathie Lechareas and U.S. Army veteran Victor Hurtado that believes in the healing power of music. Run by veterans for veterans and active-duty service members, C*A*M*M*O develops military and veteran artists, technicians, writers and musicians at its C*A*M*M*O centers. Concurrently it is developing military-specific music therapy programs providing qualified music therapists who can assist past and present service members who are suffering neurological impairments such as traumatic brain injury or post-traumatic stress disorder. For more information about C*A*M*M*O, visit their web site