Turtle Creek Chorale Unveils “Extra-Large” 40th Season

The 40th season of the Turtle Creek Chorale will showcase five major performances spanning 17 months, and featuring a variety of guest artists from North Texas and beyond. The season also features a return to the Meyerson Symphony Center for two performances.

Dallas, TX, July 25, 2019 – Turtle Creek Chorale has announced their upcoming 2019-2020 season called TCCXL – An XL Season for an XL Anniversary. The season will feature mainstage concerts at the Moody Performance Hall along with the Chorale’s return to the Meyerson Symphony Center after an almost seven year hiatus. This XL Season will feature not one, but TWO of TCC’s signature holiday concerts (December 2019 and December 2020), two concerts at the Meyerson Symphony Center (September 2019 and June 2020), and a regional premiere of a new choral musical by Tony Award-winning composer Andrew Lippa.

“This ambitious season will feature everything you love about the Turtle Creek Chorale. I’m particularly excited about our return to the Meyerson Symphony Center for several productions. Putting together this season has been an incredible adventure musically, as we will be presenting so many of the pieces that have made the Chorale extraordinary. There is so much history in the music we sing, and I’m thrilled to revisit these pieces once again. But the new music is absolutely extraordinary, and I’m looking forward to continuing our choral-theater presentations that have become our identity the past few years. You won’t want to miss any of these diverse, intriguing, and beautiful programs, ” says Sean Baugh, Artistic Director.

“To All the Women We’ve Loved Before”
September 29 – Meyerson Symphony Center

The TCC will kick off their  season by honoring the women in our lives with a concert entitled “To All the Women We’ve Loved Before.” This production will feature the Chorale returning to the Meyerson Symphony Center for a special one-night-only  concert. They will share the Meyerson stage with three of their favorite leading ladies – Denise Lee, Patty Breckenridge and Jodi Crawford-Wright – and will welcome, once again, The Women’s Chorus of Dallas for a very special appearance.

“40 Years of Fa La La”
Dec 13, 14, 15 – Moody Performance Hall

TCC will return to the Moody Performance Hall for the Chorale’s signature holiday tradition, “40 Years of Fa La La.” The performance will feature many holiday classics and memorable momentsfrom the past 40 years, as well as exciting new works that will surely become classics! Anewcomer to the Dallas arts scene – Chloe Agnew of ‘Celtic Woman’ will join the men of the TCC for this special production

 “Unbreakable”
March 27, 28, 29
– Moody Performance Hall

TCC will present the regional premiere of a new choral musical from Tony Award winning composer Andrew Lippa, “Unbreakable.” This powerful and urgent new work highlights little-known moments in LGBTQ+ history and gives a voice to LGBTQ+ Americans whose achievements and contributions to their country have gone unrecognized for far too long.

 “CLASSIC: The Songs that Made the TCC”
June 28
– Meyerson Symphony Center

The Chorale will return to the Meyerson Symphony Center with a 40th Anniversary gift called “CLASSIC: The Songs that Made the TCC”. This special anniversary concert will feature many of your favorite musical moments and memories that have defined the Turtle Creek Chorale. Well-known favorites, combined with newer musical gems, will thrill you, move you, and inspire you. Combine the TCC with the Lay Family Organ and you have a musical experience you won’t soon forget. This “greatest hits” concert will most assuredly be a heartfelt celebration of 40 years of incredible music.

“On this Shining Night”
December 2020 – TBD

To finish out the season, the TCC will present another holiday concert. In December 2020, theTCC will present their signature holiday production, “On this Shining Night.” This concert will warm your heart and bring you peace and joy for the holiday season.

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