Our world is better when we sing together.
Join The Washington Chorus in our 2019-20 season of concerts as we explore the stories and songs, the identities and histories, that are so richly evoked by 300+ years of the most interesting music written for human voices.
From the beautiful anguish of Mozart’s stunning Requiem (Nov 16, 2019 at the Kennedy Center) to the lushly devotional “Vespers” of Sergei Rachmaninoff (May 2, 2020 at National City Christian Church).
From the funny and entertaining “What Makes it Great?” inside-the-music series with composer Rob Kapilow – new to The Washington Chorus this season! – to the urgent power of a collaborative concert highlighting women composers of many colors and backgrounds (“The Future is Female” with The Heritage Signature Chorale, two concerts on April 4, 2020 at Live @ 10th and G).
And don’t forget our two holiday spectaculars – our annual “TWC Candlelight Christmas” concerts (Dec 14-22 at The Kennedy Center and Music Center at Strathmore) and the return of our wildly popular “St. Patrick’s Day Celebration” with dancers, an Irish band, and special guests (March 13, 2020 at Strathmore) – and many more special appearances with the National Symphony Orchestra throughout the 2019-20 season.
Join us for a remarkable season of Washington Chorus concerts - led by TWC Artistic Director Christopher Bell - in music that matters!
Individual tickets for all events on sale starting September 9, 2019