Turtle Creek Chorale
In 1980, 30 men stood on stage and sang at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. Now known as Turtle Creek Chorale (TCC), that group has grown to more than 160 dues-paying members who contribute over 100,000 hours annually to rehearsals, performances, and community outreach services.
TCC has provided musical journeys to audiences in Dallas, TX for over 35 years, and annually offers a dynamic mainstage concert series at the Dallas City Performance Hall in the Arts District.
TCC also features three smaller ensembles — Chamber Chorus, Camerata, and SoundBytes. Each group delivers a unique performance that highlights the members’ wealth of talent.
Turtle Creek Chorale Reviews:
“…Immediately appealing music…sung here with great beauty and reverence…Beautiful, and beautifully recorded.” —American Record Guide
“The Chorale’s richly resonant voices go well beyond the bounds of a meticulous perfomance. These men have found something in the material which touches them deeply, and it shines through their delivery with beacon-like honesty.” —Harry H. Long, LEBANON (PA) DAILY NEWS
“The sound of 200 men’s voices plus that big organ and the other instruments in the Meyerson Center in Dallas is really thrilling.” —Donald Vroon, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE
“The Turtle Creek Chorale zeroes in on the heart of each work, and performs with sophistication and gusto…Highly recommended.” —Fanfare