Concerts and Special Events

North Texas Giving Day

September 22, 2016
6:00 AMto11:59 PM

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Save The Date!

Thursday, September 22nd, from 6am to Midnight, Orpheus is again participating in the North Texas Giving Day through the website www.northtexasgivingday.org, North Texas‘ online resource that connects donors with nonprofit organizations like Orpheus.  Every donation of $25 and above on that day and through their website will be eligible to receive a portion of over $1 million in bonus funds – making your dollar go farther than ever.

Please visit the North Texas Giving Day site on September 22nd, anytime between 6am and Midnight, search for Orpheus Chamber Singers and click “Donate Now.”  Your donation will go a long way in helping us fund our exciting 22nd season, new technologies and community projects.

 




 

2016-17 Season Brochure

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View Our 2016-17 Season Brochure Here!

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Subscription Sales begin August 15, 2016

                  Individual Tickets available Sept. 6, 2016

                       *Ticket fulfillment by TicketDFW*

 

 


 

AN AMERICAN CENTURY

October 16, 2016
7:00 PMto9:00 PM

SUNDAY, 16 OCTOBER 2016, 7.00pmbutton_subscribe-now

Highland Park Presbyterian Church, 3821 University Blvd, Dallas, TX 75205

           Guest Conductor:  Dr. Greg Hobbs

Celebrate American composers as we look back at 100 years of beautiful, fascinating and innovative choral music.  The concert will include Randall Thompson’s a cappella cantata for double choir, ‘Peaceable Kingdom’, ‘Psalm 67’ by the innovator, Charles Ives, the multi-movement ‘A Procession Winding Around’ for choir and acoustic guitar, as well as stunning motets by Samuel Barber, Judith Higdon, Libby Larsen, Stephen Paulus and Eric Whitacre. We welcome guest guitarist Dan Kyzer and guest conductor, Dr. Gregory Hobbs.

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS:

GENERAL SEATING:  $25 Adult / $20 Senior 65 + / $5 Student thru College

PRIORITY SEATING:  $40 Adult / $35 Senior / $15 Student

 


 

A CELEBRATION OF CAROLS

December 17, 2016
7:00 PMto9:00 PM
December 18, 2016
7:00 PMto9:00 PM
December 20, 2016
8:00 PMto10:00 PM

SATURDAY, 17 DECEMBER 2016, 7.00pmbutton_subscribe-now

Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 6306 Kenwood, Dallas, 75214

SUNDAY, 18 DECEMBER 2016, 7.00pm

Episcopal School of Dallas Chapel, 4100 Merrell Road, Dallas, 75229

TUESDAY, 20 DECEMBER 2016, 8.00pm

Custer Road United Methodist Church, 6601 Custer Road, Plano, 75023

This year’s Christmas concerts will feature carols new and old conveying the mystery and excitement of the season. The women of Orpheus will sing the well-loved ‘Ceremony of Carols’ by Benjamin Britten with guest harpist Laura Brandenburg.  The entire ensemble will sing carols by Abbie Betinis, Carol Barnett, Adrian Peacock, Herbert Howells, Robert Convery and Paul Mealor. Please join us for this festive concert and our unparalleled carol sing-along!

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS:

GENERAL SEATING:  $30 Adult / $25 Senior 65+ / $10 Student thru College

PRIORITY SEATING:  $40 Adult / $35 Senior / $15 Student

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EXPRESSIONS OF LOVE

February 26, 2017
7:00 PMto9:00 PM

SUNDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2017, 7.00pmbutton_subscribe-now

Preston Hollow Presbyterian Church, 9800 Preston Road, Dallas, 75230

This concert presents music from around the world expressing the myriad emotions concerning human love.  Music from France (of course), Sweden, Italy, Argentina, China and the USA will be presented. Plus, you won’t want to miss our superb soloists singing art songs and opera arias.

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS:

GENERAL SEATING:  $25 Adult / $20 Senior 65 + / $5 Student thru College

PRIORITY SEATING:  $40 Adult / $35 Senior / $15 Student

 


 

GENESIS, RENAISSANCE, REINCARNATION

April 8, 2017
7:00 PMto9:00 PM

SATURDAY, 8 APRIL 2017, 7.00pmbutton_subscribe-now

Saint Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church, 6306 Kenwood, Dallas 75214

This concert will feature sacred music including Gregorian Chant and 16th & 20th century motets that have reimagined those same texts. Music by 16th c. composers Palestrina, Josquin, Byrd, Eustache du Caurroy, and 20th century composers Arnesen, Antognini, Dubra, Esenvalds, Matsushita, MacMillan, and Messiaen will be juxtaposed with chant to create a memorable experience. Our guest choir, the schola from Guadalupe Cathedral directed by Brian Bentley, will sing the atmospheric chants.

INDIVIDUAL TICKETS:

GENERAL SEATING:  $25 Adult / $20 Seniors 65+ / $5 Student thru College

PRIORITY SEATING:  $40 Adult / $35 Seniors / $15 Student