Te Deum’s 14th Season Concerts
We are filled with cautious hope as we anticipate the return of in-person concerts. Please join us this season as we continue to bring you the same inspiring choral art that you have come to expect.
Te Deum Presents: Vespers Sunday, July 18th at 5:00 pm St. Mary’s Episcopal Church (map) This service is a free offering to the public. Join Te Deum Tenors and Basses for a 45-minute prayer service fully chanted in Latin. This will be Te Deum’s first in-person performance since March 2020 as we open the 14th season… Read more »
Te Deum has launched a new partnership with the UMKC Conservatory, creating the UMKC Conducting Fellowship. Each season, a graduate Conducting student will receive the Conducting Fellowship and join Te Deum at rehearsals and performances serving in an artistic assistant role. Executive & Artistic Director Matthew Christopher Shepard is thrilled to form this partnership with… Read more »
Te Deum is thrilled to announce the creation of a new artistic leadership role: Assistant Rehearsal Director. The Assistant Rehearsal Director will work alongside Executive & Artistic Director Matthew Christopher Shepard to lead sectionals and rehearsals in preparation for performances. Matthew Shepard recently announced that long-time Te Deum singer Jon Duncan will be serving in this… Read more »
Featuring GRAMMY nominee Jan Kraybill on the organ and local gospel recording artist Isaac Cates, Te Deum’s final concert of its 13th season will explore a broad range of repertoire for organ and choir. Hope is the central theme of King of Instruments, a theme mirrored in life as we anticipate the end of the… Read more »