ABOUT THE TURTLE CREEK CHORALE
The Turtle Creek Chorale's 2013-2014 Season marks its 34th Anniversary.
The legendary Turtle Creek Chorale was founded in 1980 and includes more than 200 singing members who perform a full concert series at the Meyerson Symphony Center and Dallas City Performance Hall as well as many outreach performances each year. The mission of the TCC is to create extraordinary musical experiences.
All members of the Chorale are dues paying volunteers who donate over 100,000 hours to rehearsals, service projects and as many as 50 benefit performances annually. The TCC currently has four sub groups: Chamber Chorus, SoundBytes, Voices of Eight, and Camerata..
The Chorale currently has 38 CDs in addition to a variety of DVDs in its library. Performances by the Chorale have included two state, two regional and three national conventions of the American Choral Directors Association as well as a regional convention of Music Educators National Conference. The Chorale has traveled to Europe, performing sold out concerts in Barcelona, Berlin and Prague; as well as two appearances a Carnegie Hall. The Chorale toured Spain for a week long tour the summer prior to the 2010-2011 31st season. In July of 2012, the Chorale attended the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses (GALA) convention in Denver featuring the main chorus and TCC's Chamber Chorus.