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A choral collage of timeless gems and brilliant new works opens Fort Worth Chorale's 57th season. The program will include Bruckner’s "Motet Os Justi," Mozart’s "Regina Coeli K. 276," settings of two American folk hymns by Shawn Kirchner and Abbie Betinis, Jake Runestad’s provocative “When the Caged Bird Sings,” and Elaine Hagenberg’s moving “When We Love.”

The production will highlight jazz and pop legend George Shearing’s Songs and Sonnets on Shakespeare texts as the grand finale.

A choral collage of timeless gems and brilliant new works opens Fort Worth Chorale's 57th season. The program will include Bruckner’s "Motet Os Justi," Mozart’s "Regina Coeli K. 276," settings of two American folk hymns by Shawn Kirchner and Abbie Betinis, Jake Runestad’s provocative “When the Caged Bird Sings,” and Elaine Hagenberg’s moving “When We Love.”

The production will highlight jazz and pop legend George Shearing’s Songs and Sonnets on Shakespeare texts as the grand finale.

A choral collage of timeless gems and brilliant new works opens Fort Worth Chorale's 57th season. The program will include Bruckner’s "Motet Os Justi," Mozart’s "Regina Coeli K. 276," settings of two American folk hymns by Shawn Kirchner and Abbie Betinis, Jake Runestad’s provocative “When the Caged Bird Sings,” and Elaine Hagenberg’s moving “When We Love.”

The production will highlight jazz and pop legend George Shearing’s Songs and Sonnets on Shakespeare texts as the grand finale.

WHEN

WHERE

I.M. Terrell Academy
1411 I.M. Terrell Cir. S.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
http://www.fortworthchorale.org/

TICKET INFO

$5-$20
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