The Glenn Miller Orchestra is enthusiastic about the Moriah performance, he said.
"The staff at Glenn Miller Productions has been absolutely the best to work with," the music teacher remarked.
Music students from neighboring schools have been invited to join Moriah students at the performance.
"Hopefully these students will walk away from this concert motivated to continue playing their instruments," Pray said. "These students work hard year-after-year, but very rarely get to see professionals perform. Hopefully they will enjoy it."
Pray believes the performance will create life-long memories.
"A reason I chose to bring this group in is to create an event that students, faculty and community members will remember for years to come," Pray said. "After throwing some ideas around, I also tried to see if I could find an opening act. I really wanted to give everyone their money's worth.
"We have a very nice auditorium here at Moriah, and I was looking to create an event to bring in support from our community and staff," he added. "I am absolutely blown away by how many MCS staff members are coming to this event. This is truly going to be a very special night for everyone. I encourage anyone interested to attend."