2019-2020 Concert Season

2019-2020 Season Tickets!

Join us this year for an exciting season featuring beautiful music and the premiere of Dr. Karen Kenaston-French as our new Artistic Director. Purchase your season tickets now for all three concerts and save!

Single Concert Tickets

Songs and Sonnets

Sunday, October 20, 3:00pm, I.M. Terrell Academy Performing Arts Center, Fort Worth

with the I.M. Terrell Academy A Cappella Choir

A choral collage of timeless gems and brilliant new works opens our 57th season. The program includes Bruckner’s motet Os Justi, Mozart’s Regina Coeli K. 276, settings of two American folk hymns by Shawn Kirchner and Abbie Betinis, Jake Runestad’s provocative “When the Caged Bird Sings,” and Elaine Hagenberg’s moving “When We Love.” With jazz/pop legend George Shearing’s Songs and Sonnets on Shakespeare texts as the grand finale, performed in the fabulous I.M. Terrell Performing Arts Center, this is a concert not to be missed.

Christmas with the Fort Worth Chorale

Friday, December 6, 7:30pm, St. Vincent’s Cathedral, Bedford

with the Colleyville Heritage High School Chamber Choir

Saturday, December 7, 7:30pm, Keller United Methodist Church, Keller

with the Timber Creek High School Chamber Choir

Sunday, December 8, 3:00pm, TCU Carr Chapel, Fort Worth

with the Grand Prairie Fine Arts Academy Varsity Mixed Choir

 “Peace, and love, and hope abide this Christmastide” – Donald Fraser’s touching setting of these words provides the emotional heart of our Christmas program. Join us as we celebrate the season with an abundance of familiar carols in fresh arrangements and Stephen Paulus’ Three Nativity Carols with harp and oboe. Our intimate venues, inspiring message and exquisite singing are sure to warm your spirit this holiday season!

Masterworks Concert

Friday, April 24, 7:30pm, Arborlawn United Methodist Church, Fort Worth 

with the L.D. Bell High School A Cappella Choir 

Two contrasting and stirring master works – Johann Adolph Hasse’s great and once-celebrated Miserere in C Minor, and Karl Jenkins’ uplifting and theatrical Te Deum – provide powerful bookends to our major works concert with orchestra. Daniel Elder’s Three Themes of Life and Love, Benjamin Britten’s Festival Te Deum, and a special appearance by the L.D. Bell High School A Cappella Choir, round out this joyful program to close our 57th season.