Once Upon A Time - There Was A Dream

What a season of choral singing we have in store for you! Jerry's final season as Music Director will be one you do not want to miss:

  • Music of joy and beauty written by many of the historical and contemporary masters of choral music composition
  • Many of our favorite Christmas works performed over the past ten seasons
  • Music that will fill your soul and raise your spirit
  • Cameo appearances by the next generation of choral singers

So, put this list of concerts in your calendar and buy your tickets online today. Online order links for individual concerts or season tickets can be found below or call us at (817) 485-2500.

Season Tickets

The season ticket gives you admission to one performance of every concert series during the 2018-2019 Fort Worth Chorale season. Present your season ticket at any of our performances throughout the season.

 

Now As I Was Young...

Sunday, October 14, 3:00pm,  University Christian Church, Fort Worth, Texas
Monday, October 15, 7:30pm, First United Methodist Church, Hurst, Texas

The Fort Worth Chorale opens its 56th season with a concert of music celebrating the richness of one's life as revealed in choral music. We'll sing Johannes Brahms' An die Heimat - a story of one's irreplaceable homeland; John Corigliano's Fern Hill - a setting of Dylan Thomas' tale of youth and loss of innocence; Debussy's Salut Printemps; Lauridsen's Sure on This Shining Night; Whitacre's 5 Hebrew Love Songs; Ralph Vaughan William's Serenade to Music as scored for 16 solo singers, violin, and piano; as well as delightful, smile-engendering pieces from Cuba and South Korea.

 

Love Dwells Among US

Sunday, December 2, 3:00pm, University Christian Church, Fort Worth, Texas
              with the Lone Star Youth Chorus
Monday, December 3, 7:30pm, Trinity United Methodist Church, Arlington, Texas
              
with the Oakridge School Choir
Tuesday, December 4, 7:30pm, Keller United Methodist Church, Keller, Texas
                
with  the Keller High School Concert Choir

Many of our patrons tell us their Christmas season
officially begins with our concerts!  

Join us this Christmas season for performances of some of the choir's favorite Christmas music, including historical music by Parsons and Victoria; contemporary works by Russian composer Georgy Sviridov, English composer John Tavener, American composer Morten Lauridsen; and popular carol arrangements by Irving Berlin, John Rutter, Robert Shaw, Mel Torme, and Texas' own Robert Young. We'll close with our traditional setting of Silent Night for guitar, choirs, and audience.  

Come let us lift your spirit and fill your heart
with the true meaning of Christmas!

 

Cathedral Echoes - I Shall Arise!

Sunday, April 7, 3:00pm, St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Fort Worth, Texas
Monday, April 8, 7:30pm, Trinity United Methodist Church, Arlington, Texas    
              
both performances with the University of Texas at Arlington's renowned A Cappella Choir

Dr. Jerry McCoy began his artistic leadership of Schola Cantorum of Texas/Fort Worth Chorale in 2008. Our 2018-2019 season-closing concerts celebrate his 40-year choral conducting career and his 11 years as Artistic Director/Conductor of Schola's Fort Worth Chorale. In so doing, we will sing performances of some of his favorite sacred music, including J.S. Bach's motet Lobet den Herrn, alle Heiden; Spanish Renaissance composer Cristobal de Morales' Parce mihi, Dominum (in a new setting for choir and ad lib soprano saxophone), Joseph Rheinberger's Cantus Missae for double mixed choir (joined by the UTA A cappella Choir), British composer Tarik O'Regan's Triptych for nine strings and chorus, and the southwestern premier of Sennacherib by Oscar winning composer JAC Redford. And, following their February performance for TMEA, the UTA 

A Cappella Choir will also sing a solo showcase portion of our concert.

We hope you will afford us these opportunities to make a difference in your life. 
We sing to empower the souls and raise the spirits of our listeners.

Bring some friends and become a part of our musical family.