Rehearsals and performances are planned but on hold

Although in-person group singing is on hold for the foreseeable future, TCC has two future concert programs in the works: Transformed by Fire Suite, together with a selection of choral works by New Mexico composers, with guest conductor Andre Garcia-Nuthmann; and Mendelssohn’s Elijah, with guest conductor Erick Brunner.  Martha Shepp will return as our accompanist for both programs.  Concert dates will be announced, once determined.

Transformed by Fire Suite: Ariana Kramer

This work emerges from Taos local poet Ariana Kramer, with music by Andrea Clearfield. Read more. 

Howard Penn

Mendelssohn's Elijah

Mendelssohn’s Elijah is a piece of great beauty and depth.  We were in the midst of rehearsals when we had to postpone due to the pandemic.  We are eager to present the piece when it is safe to hold rehearsals and concerts. Read more.  

Our fall 2019 season

Concerts

TCC and El Coro de la Tierra Alta from New Mexico Highlands University joined forces for our fall concerts in November, which were simply entitled “LOVE.”  Read more.

Messiah Sing-Along

This annual holiday event combines TCC singers and members of the community in an entertaining afternoon of song and turns the audience into the chorus.  Unfortunately, the 2019 sing-along did not take place due to inclement weather but will return in 2020.

Troubadours

Many TCC members enjoy ensemble singing and extend the fall season to include caroling at area holiday events.  

There are many ways for you to help further our mission, and they don’t  necessarily involve money.    Read more.

Join us as a singer! There are no auditions, but being able to read music is essential. Just show up at  the open call.  We hope to see many new, as well as returning, singers.  Get a reminder for the next open call.  

TCC in the news

Taos News:  ” … From the Taos News in anticipation of our Fall 2019 concerts, entitled “LOVE”: ” … Brunner explains, “This has been quite the adventure, assembling all the components of this rather eclectic program entitled ‘Love.’ In a world that needs as much love as it can get, it seemed appropriate to explore the many facets of the subject – not only romantic love, but love for our planet, our shared home with the other creatures who call Earth theirs and our love for all humanity.”  Read the article.

Taos News … 40th anniversary of Taos Community Chorus:  A legacy of voices raised in song.  Read the article.    

 Taos News … Mozart’s Requiem Mass in D minor article.  Read the article.  

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Taos Community Chorus was founded in 1978, incorporated in 1985 and received 501c(3) status in 1988 ….

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