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Watch a Video of a "Hamilton" Song Rehearsal for this Weekend's Free Dogwood Dell Show 

click to enlarge Local band leader, Samson Trinh. - ASHLY COVINGTON
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  • Local band leader, Samson Trinh.

The "Hamilton" party train just keeps rolling.

If you hadn't heard, a number of well-known local singers and actors are getting together to perform 10 songs from Lin-Manuel Miranda's incredibly popular Broadway musical, "Hamilton," on Saturday, July 1 at the Dogwood Dell at 8 p.m.

The free show, which features band leader Samson Trinh and a 26-piece orchestra and chorus, will feature one set of original jazz and pop with talented vocalist, Laura Ann Singh (Miramar, Quatro na Bossa). Set two will get the crowd rocking with 10 unannounced selections fro "Hamilton."

Below, you can watch a rehearsal of one of the "Hamilton" songs that is fair to expect:

Trinh tells Style that Jerold Solomon, who is a Broadway veteran, will be singing as Washington, local actor Scott Wichmann is singing as Hamilton and Singh is performing as one of the Eliza's.

Here's a full list of the musicians who will be performing at the all-star concert:

Soprano: Desirée Roots Centeio, Cat Abriam Pearson, Mallory Keene, Desirée Dabney

Alto: Laura Ann Singh, Lucretia M Anderson, Laney Yoo

Tenor: Anthony Cosby-Knowles, Matt Shofner, Noah Williams

Baritone: Jerold Solomon, Scott Wichmann, Jay Williams, Trace Coles

Keyboard: Lee Covington

Guitar: Chris Vasi

Bass: Audie Stanley

Drums: Jody Boyd

Violins: Alana Pritchard Carithers, Melissa Sunderland Jones

Viola: Amos Goldie

Cello: Jackie Spears

Trumpet: Timothy Lett

Saxophone: John Wittman

Trombone: Pete Anderson

Conductor, Orchestrator, Saxophone, Ukulele: Samson Trinh

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