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Year: 2015

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Awakening, Live in Concert is a new concert film from angelic Jackie Evancho featuring songs from her latest CD, Awakening. With music drawn from the best-known pieces from the classical canon, Broadway, uplifting sacred music and pop songs, Jackie s astoundingly beautiful voice soars at the magnificent Longwood Gardens Open Air Theatre. Longwood Gardens is over 1,000 acres of gardens, woodlands and meadows in Pennsylvania s Brandywine Creek Valley, Jackie s home state. In addition to her on-stage performance, Jackie performs at various stunning locations throughout the Garden such as the Chimes Tower and the spectacular Main Fountain.

Jackie Evancho Available In:

Classical, Pop, Vocal

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