June 30, 2021
The United States Embassy in Tallinn welcomed members of the United States Army Europe and Africa Band and Singers to Estonia on Tuesday in advance of a series of performances across Estonia. Two of the concerts, June 30 in Narva and July 3 in Tallinn, are free and open to the public. The group, called the Soldiers’ Chorus, features 15 musicians and singers performing a high energy, diverse musical program, ranging from jazz to rock and current top-40 style music. The band members are all active duty members of the U.S. Army, currently based in Sembach, Germany.
“This is our first public performance since the COVID-19 pandemic. We are so excited to be in Estonia, and to have the opportunity to perform for the people of Narva and Tallinn,” Sergeant First Class Christian Williams said. “The band’s mission is build and strengthen allied relationships through music, and we’re proud to be in Estonia with such great partners and friends.”
On June 30, at 6:00 PM, in cooperation with Narva City Government, the U.S. Army Europe-Africa Band and Singers will perform at the Rugodiv Cultural Center in Narva. U.S. Embassy and City of Narva officials will provide brief welcome remarks.
On July 3, at 3:00 PM, in cooperation with Tallinn City Government, members of the United States Army Europe and Africa Band and singers will perform at the Freedom Square in Tallinn. Both shows are free and open to public.