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Arts District Chorale’s 2017-2018 Concert Season Series – Save the Dates!

Don’t miss our 2017-2018 season! More information will be forthcoming about subscription packages, including early bird pricing. In the meantime, save these dates!

King David – a Symphonic Psalm by Arthur Honegger
October 24, 2017
7:30 p.m.  |  Dallas City Performance Hall
Featuring members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Gloria in Excelsis Deo! Music for a Winter Celebration
December 12, 2017
7:30 p.m.  |  First United Methodist Church, Dallas
Featuring the Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas

Light after Darkness: Stars and the Vastness of the Heavens
March 6, 2018
7:30 p.m.  |  Dallas City Performance Hall
Featuring works by Barber, Custer, Fissinger, LaVoy and Thompson

French Masters: Messe Solennelle, Motets, and Mélodies
May 8, 2018
7:30 p.m.  |  St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church
Featuring Stefan Engles 
Professor of Organ & Chair of the Organ Department,
L. Fullinwider Centennial Chair in Music Performance,
Southern Methodist University Meadows School of the Arts

U.S. Premiere of Symphony No. 1: “Passiontide” by Paul Mealor

passion-squarePaul Mealor has been called the most important Welsh composer since William Mathias. His music has topped both classical and pop charts and was performed at Prince William and Catherine Middleton’s wedding. Experience his extraordinary sound yourself as the Arts District Chorale presents the U.S. premiere of his Symphony No. 1: “Passiontide”.

With soloists Anna Fredericka Popova and David Grogan
and members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra

Sing We Now of Christmas: Music of the Holiday Season

christmas-squareWhat happens when cherubic childrens’ voices, the distinguished Arts District Chorale, and an angelic harp come together? A stunning holiday concert. Presenting Sing We Now of Christmas, with the Children’s Chorus of Greater Dallas and harpist Alison Read. From enchanting arrangements of familiar carols to sing-along favorites, you’ll be filled with the songs and spirit of the season.

Arts District Chorale to Sing with Barry Manilow

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

Arts District Chorale honored to sing with Barry Manilow

Dallas, Texas – February 9, 2016 – Dallas’ Arts District Chorale, based in the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation, has been selected as the backup choir for the Dallas stop on Barry Manilow’s ONE LAST TIME! Tour at the American Airlines Center on Thursday, February 18th at 7:30pm. This passionate group of musicians from the North Texas area is honored to be sharing the stage with the legendary singer, songwriter and producer. “The invitation came out of the blue, but the response from the chorale was unanimous–we didn’t want to pass up the opportunity, especially since this is Mr. Manilow’s final tour”, said Constantina Tsolainou, Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of the Arts District Chorale.

After hearing the Arts District Chorale with Barry Manilow on some of his signature songs, make plans to attend their next concert with members of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra at Dallas City Performance Hall on Tuesday, March 1st at 7:30pm. Northern Lights, Luminous Night, and The Spheres, a choral event dedicated to the transcendent, breathtaking music of Norwegian composer Ola Gjeilo, has the spellbinding power to move both audience and performers to a place of sublime beauty.

Tickets can be purchased at http://www.adctickets.com or by calling 214-871-5000.

About the Arts District Chorale – The Voice of the Arts District
The Arts District Chorale celebrates choral excellence and seeks to heighten the awareness of vocal ensemble music in North Texas through performances, outreach, and organizational partnerships. A vibrant community of auditioned singers from the Dallas area, the Arts District Chorale challenges its musicians to reach the highest level of artistic quality through a broad and ever-changing repertoire.

Contact:
information@artsdistrictchorale.org
1816 Routh St.
Dallas, Texas 75201
Phone: 214-363-6601

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A PDF version of this press release is available here:

Arts District Chorale Barry Manilow Press Release