Quantcast
Photo courtesy of Fort Worth Chorale

Dr. Jerry McCoy began his artistic leadership of Schola Cantorum of Texas/Fort Worth Chorale in 2008. The Fort Worth Chorale's 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, they 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 premiere of Sennacherib by Oscar-winning composer JAC Redford.

The concert on April 7 will be at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth; the concert on April 8 will be at Trinity United Methodist Church in Arlington. Both performances will feature 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. The Fort Worth Chorale's 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, they 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 premiere of Sennacherib by Oscar-winning composer JAC Redford.

The concert on April 7 will be at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth; the concert on April 8 will be at Trinity United Methodist Church in Arlington. Both performances will feature 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. The Fort Worth Chorale's 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, they 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 premiere of Sennacherib by Oscar-winning composer JAC Redford.

The concert on April 7 will be at St. Stephen's Presbyterian Church in Fort Worth; the concert on April 8 will be at Trinity United Methodist Church in Arlington. Both performances will feature the University of Texas at Arlington's renowned A Cappella Choir.

WHEN

WHERE

Trinity United Methodist Church
1200 W. Green Oaks Blvd.
Arlington, TX 76013
http://www.fortworthchorale.org/

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.