Te Deum is thrilled to announce our 13th season. We have great anticipation for the year ahead and are committed to offering concert experiences that inspire the listener and foster community.
We have been hard at work to create and innovate a season of extraordinary inspiration, unity, and joy. We know that art is essential and great music speaks to our aspirations for humanity and provides comfort when hope is fleeting.
Please join us this season, whether online or (hopefully soon) in person, as we continue to bring you the same inspiring choral art that you have come to expect.
Our October concert “Brahms Requiem” will be a rebroadcast of our recorded live performance from April 2016. Johannes Brahms composed this Requiem not for the dead but for those in mourning. This is a requiem of hope, with promises of comfort.
We will bring back our highly acclaimed Christmas concert in December, with the third annual “Peace and Joy.” This performance is designed to thoughtfully reflect on the warmth of Holiday season, while being flexible to adjust with the evolving safety recommendations due to the pandemic.
For our Antiqua series offering, Te Deum will perform “Kreuzige – A German Passiontide” with the Kansas City Baroque Orchestra to present some of the Baroque era’s most profound music for Passiontide, the week leading up to Easter.
We will end our season in April with “King of Instruments.” Featuring GRAMMY® nominee Jan Kraybill on the organ, Te Deum’s final concert of the 13th season will explore the grand repertoire for choir and organ.
Tickets to each concert will be available online starting at least one month before the scheduled peformance.