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SALT LAKE CITY — Once again, Santino Fontana will be singing with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in a celebratory concert.
Fontana, who played the role of Hans in Disney’s “Frozen,” will join the choir for a 90-minute concert "From the Treasury of American Song" Feb. 28, according to the LDS.org events page.
The film and broadway star previously performed with the choir in last year’s Pioneer Day and Christmas concerts.
American opera singer and classical recitalist Sylvia McNair will also perform at the event as well as the U.S. Air Force Singing Sergeants and combined ACDA National Conference honor choirs. The concert will be held “in conjunction with the biennial convention of the American Choral Directors Association,” LDS.org reported.
Free tickets, which are required for the concert, are available online on a first come, first serve basis. Four tickets are available per person. Individuals can also get tickets by calling 801-570-0080 or by visiting the Conference Center ticket office.