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Memories: Turtles Take a Look Back

“When we ourselves connect with these emotions through our music, our audience is touched and connected as well.”

Meet the Cast: Wes

“I love making music. Getting to do so with such a fun group of friends and ‘family’ makes all of the rehearsal time worthwhile.”

That’s a Wrap!

“We make [audiences] laugh, cry, and feel every other emotion in a span of two hours — it's pretty amazing.”

Money Matters

Using choral music as our instrument, Turtle Creek Chorale enhances the cultural lives of our members and audiences by promoting harmony and spreading goodwill.

So You Think You Can Sing (and Dance)?

Have you got what it takes to be a Turtle? Follow these 10 tips for singing success at Turtle Creek Chorale auditions.

Turtles on Their Own Time

"The chorale is so diverse. I think the discipline we learn in rehearsals allows us to apply the same kind of passion to other interests."

Filling the Turtle Void

Whip up a pitcher of vodka martinis and settle in for a screening of the show choir-tastic movie Pitch Perfect — for, like, the 10th time.

Turtle Creek Chorale 35th Season Lineup

BRAVE October 17-18 Latino Cultural Center Our first concert…

United in Song

While touring the Dallas Arts District on Sunday, June 22, the mayors will have the opportunity to enjoy a cultural taste test of sorts.

Gone Before Their Time

Prolific divas share the stage with a couple of short-lived, but no less iconic, performers who were gone long before their time.

Meet the Cast: Larry Carter

Carter says he’ll never forget his debut with Turtle Creek Chorale in 2009. The concert was called If Music Be the Food of Love and it particularly hit home after his 20-year-old grandson was killed by a drunk driver the month before the opening.

The Time of Your Life

Most shows start the clock about two and a half months prior to performance.

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