With remembrance and a sense of admiration, Family Life and Denver & The Mile High Orchestra will recognize the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with two commemorative concerts, paying tribute to our nation's bravery on that tragic day.

With remembrance and a sense of admiration, Family Life and Denver & The Mile High Orchestra will recognize the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with two commemorative concerts, paying tribute to our nation's bravery on that tragic day.
Accompanied by a 100-voice choir, Denver & The Mile High Orchestra will perform a variety of patriotic music in a modern, big band style Saturday, Sept. 10 and Sunday, Sept. 11 at Haverling High School
100 singers from across New York and Pennsylvania will join the group of brass brothers, singing renditions of God Bless America, Battle Hymn for the Republic, and more. As part of the performances, an Armed Forces salute will pay tribute to the five branches of the US military.   
"We don’t want to lose sight of how communities around the nation came together after experiencing such unimaginable loss,” said Denver Bierman, lead singer of DMHO. “These performances will honor and celebrate the resilient strength of America and our faith in God to heal our country.”
General admission tickets are $15 in advance and $18 at the door. Special “Artist Circle” tickets also are available for $19.50. Order tickets online at , or by phone at 1.800.927.9083. The concert starts at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 10 and 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 11.  
Denver and The Mile High Orchestra has evolved and explored many different musical avenues—from swing to rockabilly, from jazz to latin.

Over 10 years, the band has produced seven albums and two live-show DVDs, performed all over the world, appeared at events from Billy Graham Crusades to the Olympics, and made the finale of The Next Great American Band on Fox.  
DMHO has toured with chart-topping artists like Casting Crowns, Natalie Grant and Avalon.  Members of the band have played for such artists as Donna Summer, Dan Akroyd, Tower of Power, Guy Lombardo, Ralph Carmichael, Chet Atkins, Wes Montgomery and Debby Boone, among others.