WHO WE ARE
JERRY MCCOY, CONDUCTOR
ALAN BURATTO, PIANIST
The mission of the Fort Worth Chorale is to excite, engage, and inspire diverse audiences; to change lives through the artistry of singing.
Founded in 1962 under the name Schola Cantorum of Texas, Fort Worth Chorale is one of Texas' foremost civic choruses and is recognized as Fort Worth's premier choral ensemble. The group, comprised of nearly 70 singers, " pushes the technical boundaries of what music could/should be."
"Spine tingling... taut, powerful singing... memorable sounds and deep emotions... a choir that deserves to be heard..." - Fort Worth Star Telegram
The Chorale traditionally offers three to four themed concerts per season at various locations throughout Fort Worth and the metropolitan area.
Drawn from the active membership of the Chorale, the Fort Worth Chamber Choir is a smaller group of 16-24 singers which performs one concert each February at the Kimball Museum's Lorenzo Piano Pavillion.