Oct
27
7:30 PM19:30

The Passing of the Year

University Park United Methodist Church

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We’re excited to begin our 24th season in a collaboration with concert pianist Eduardo Rojas.  The theme for this concert is the changing of the year: a time of reflection as we witness the movement from ample sunlight to ever-lengthening shadows. Music by Brahms, Rheinberger, Vasks, Whitacre, Lukaszewski, Kirchner and Dove will provide a powerful experience.

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Dec
14
7:30 PM19:30

Wintersong

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church (see other dates for other venues for this concert)

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Experience both the peaceful stillness and exuberant joy of this season. We’ll begin this Christmas concert with music depicting the stillness of the stark, cold winter and then dramatically shift to a fiery, energetic music announcing the love which came down from heaven.  Choose the intimate setting of Church of the Transfiguration on December 18 or the spacious setting of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church on December 14 or 15.

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Dec
15
7:30 PM19:30

Wintersong

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church (see other dates for other venues for this concert)

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Experience both the peaceful stillness and exuberant joy of this season. We’ll begin this Christmas concert with music depicting the stillness of the stark, cold winter and then dramatically shift to a fiery, energetic music announcing the love which came down from heaven.  Choose the intimate setting of Church of the Transfiguration on December 18 or the spacious setting of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church on December 14 or 15.

Purchase tickets for this concert here or find season subscription information here.

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Dec
18
7:30 PM19:30

Wintersong

Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration (see other dates for other venues for this concert)

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Experience both the peaceful stillness and exuberant joy of this season. We’ll begin this Christmas concert with music depicting the stillness of the stark, cold winter and then dramatically shift to a fiery, energetic music announcing the love which came down from heaven.  Choose the intimate setting of the Episcopal Church of the Transfiguration on December 18 or the spacious setting of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church on December 14 or 15.

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Feb
23
7:30 PM19:30

Lovesong

Lovers Lane United Methodist Church

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On the heels of Valentine’s Day we’ll join the celebration and sing a variety of classical love songs featuring pieces by Britten, Mealor, Chilcott, Palestrina and Sandstrom. We’re happy to have the a cappella choir from Plano East High School join us on this concert.  We’ll be amazed by a couple of our soloists as well.

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Apr
13
7:30 PM19:30

Lamentations

St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church

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A Lenten concert in the warm acoustics of St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church will end our 24th season. Hear the traditional lamentations of Thomas Tallis and Dominique Phinot, the stunning ‘Miserere’ by Scottish composer James MacMillan, as well as contemporary lamentations such as ‘Take him Earth For Cherishing’ by Howells and ‘Last Lullaby’ by UNT student Samuel Sweet, remembering the students killed at Sandy Hook.

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Apr
29
7:30 PM19:30

Love is in the Air

Meyerson Symphony Center
2301 Flora St
Dallas

Join us for an evening of love songs—from jazz to classical to pop—in the elegant lobby of the Meyerson.

Our evening will feature a silent auction and wine pull to benefit the Orpheus Chamber Singers. Silent auction items may be previewed here. Auction begins at 7:00p.

Due to the Latino Street Festival, parking on and near Flora Street will be limited. Valet parking is unavailable, although drop-offs in front of the Meyerson are permitted. Handicapped self-parking is available adjacent to the elevators on levels 4, 5, 6, and 7 of the Hall Arts Center garage. More parking information is available here.

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