Photo courtesy of Fort Worth Chorale

The Fort Worth Chorale opens its 56th season with a concert of music celebrating the richness of life as revealed in choral music. Selections for the concert include Johannes Brahms’ “An die Heimat” - a story of one’s irreplaceable homeland; John Corigliano’s “Fern Hill” - a setting of Dylan Thomas’ tale of youth and loss of innocence; Debussy’s “Salut Printemps;” Lauridsen’s “Sure on This Shining Night;” Whitacre’s “5 Hebrew Love Songs;” Ralph Vaughan William’s “Serenade to Music” as scored for 16 solo singers, violin, and piano; as well as delightful, smile-generating pieces from Cuba and South Korea.

The concert on October 14 is at University Christian Church in Fort Worth; the concert on October 15 will be at Hurst United Methodist Church.

The Fort Worth Chorale opens its 56th season with a concert of music celebrating the richness of life as revealed in choral music. Selections for the concert include Johannes Brahms’ “An die Heimat” - a story of one’s irreplaceable homeland; John Corigliano’s “Fern Hill” - a setting of Dylan Thomas’ tale of youth and loss of innocence; Debussy’s “Salut Printemps;” Lauridsen’s “Sure on This Shining Night;” Whitacre’s “5 Hebrew Love Songs;” Ralph Vaughan William’s “Serenade to Music” as scored for 16 solo singers, violin, and piano; as well as delightful, smile-generating pieces from Cuba and South Korea.

The concert on October 14 is at University Christian Church in Fort Worth; the concert on October 15 will be at Hurst United Methodist Church.

The Fort Worth Chorale opens its 56th season with a concert of music celebrating the richness of life as revealed in choral music. Selections for the concert include Johannes Brahms’ “An die Heimat” - a story of one’s irreplaceable homeland; John Corigliano’s “Fern Hill” - a setting of Dylan Thomas’ tale of youth and loss of innocence; Debussy’s “Salut Printemps;” Lauridsen’s “Sure on This Shining Night;” Whitacre’s “5 Hebrew Love Songs;” Ralph Vaughan William’s “Serenade to Music” as scored for 16 solo singers, violin, and piano; as well as delightful, smile-generating pieces from Cuba and South Korea.

The concert on October 14 is at University Christian Church in Fort Worth; the concert on October 15 will be at Hurst United Methodist Church.

WHEN

WHERE

First United Methodist Church
521 W Pipeline Rd.
Hurst, TX 76053
http://www.fortworthchorale.com/

TICKET INFO

$5-$20
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