Tulsa Chorale is delighted to announce its 2023-2024 concert season, featuring Brahms Requiem on November 18 at First Baptist Church, Rutter Requiem on February 10 at Trinity Episcopal Church, and Mozart Requiem, in collaboration with Tulsa Symphony Orchestra, on April 13 at the Tulsa Performing Arts Center.

“This season features some of the most memorable, moving, thrilling, thoughtful, consoling, and uplifting music in the choral canon,” says Dr. Zachary Malavolti, Tulsa Chorale’s Artistic Director. “We are excited to share it with our Tulsa community!”

The chorus invites Tulsa audiences to join them for a season of refocus as they hone in on their mission of inspiring the community through passionate choral performance experiences. Season tickets, as well as tickets for individual performances, are available now.

Inspiring Tulsa audiences since 1992, Tulsa Chorale is a nonprofit chorus comprised of nearly 100 auditioned singers from diverse professional backgrounds, blending together into one voice. The mission of the chorus is to inspire our community through passionate choral performance experiences. Each member shares a passion for great choral music, a dedication to the art of classical music performance, and a vision to make choral music performance relevant to a growing group of performers and listeners.