MasterVoices​ presents Our​ ​America​—a unique program taking audiences on a journey through the contributions immigrants have made to the tapestry of American music—on Wednesday,​ ​March​ ​7,​ ​2018​ ​at the Great​ ​Hall​ ​at​ ​The​ ​Cooper Union​. Conceived by MasterVoices Artistic Director Ted​ ​Sperling​, the program spans multiple genres and centuries, ranging from arrangements of the spirituals “Gospel Train,” “Wayfaring Stranger,” “I’ve Been in the Storm So Long,” and “Ain’t That Good News”; Irving Berlin’s “Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor,” and “Let Me Sing and I’m Happy,”; selections by Victor Herbert, Kurt Weill, Leonard Bernstein, and Gershwin; and new works by Jerusalem native and BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop member Daniel Rein and award-winning Chinese American composer Randall Eng. The program also marks MasterVoices’ debut at The Cooper Union— the birthplace of the NAACP, the women’s suffrage movement, and some of the earliest workers’ rights campaigns, as well as the site of speeches by President Abraham Lincoln and activist and writer Emma Goldman.