Chorus Members



Mondays, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
First Presbyterian Church of Taos, just north of Kit Carson Park
Rehearsals on Oct. 31st and November 7th will run from 6:00 until 8:30. Please note the time change.

Dress rehearsal will be on November 9th at 6:30.
Messiah Sing-along rehearsals will take place on December 5th and 7th at 6:30 at First Presbyterian Church.
Additional rehearsal at St. James on November 14th at 6:30 pm.


Concert dates for Fall 2022 will be
November 12th and 13th at 1st Presbyterian Church at 3:00
November 19th and 20th at St. James Episcopal Church at 3:00
Messiah Sing-along December 11th at 3:00 at St. James Episcopal Church.

Chorus members must be at concert venues one hour before performances.
Concert attire is all black.

TCC Fall Music

Listen to the musuc:

Cantate Domino

Mulholland/Burns Red, Red Rose

Whitacre – The Seal Lullaby

Mozart Lacrimosa

Clausen – Set Me As a Seal Upon Your Heart

Barber – Sure on This Shining Night

Lauridsen – Sure on This Shining Night

Brymer – Bohemian Rhapsody

Hampton – Praise His Holy Name

Hayes – Come, Ye Thankful People

Weep No More – David Childs


Questions? Your section leader is an experienced singer who has been with TCC for several seasons. He or she is here to enhance your singing experience and help you with whatever questions or concerns you may have. Here you can link to section leader emails.

For general TCC questions, contact our president at
More info on TCC leaders

Find out more about your conductor, Brian Uerling, and accompanist, Martha Shepp.

Our board is made up of chorus members.

Find out who’s on the board, and consider whether you would be willing to serve on the board in the future. See board members.

Each member of TCC’s board of directors is elected by the chorus and serves a 3-year term. Often, directors are willing to serve for an additional term and may do so if re-elected by the chorus. The board meets monthly to review, discuss and make decisions about chorus activities, opportunities, finances and goals—it runs the “business” of the chorus and works closely with TCC’s conductor in doing so. TCC’s conductor often attends and participates in the meetings.