As we continue to navigate these uncertain times, we look towards our future with excitement and a fervent belief that the Arts are an essential part of life. On December 1st, Te Deum joins organizations around the globe to participate in #GivingTuesday. Te Deum has not been immune to the financial impact of this COVID-19 pandemic,… Read more »
Tickets are officially on sale for Te Deum’s upcoming Christmas concert. Te Deum’s 3rd annual Christmas concert has been designed to thoughtfully reflect on the warmth of the Holiday season. We hope this concert will be a hopeful, intimate time to gather with your family. Regardless of the way in which we come together in… Read more »
Tickets are officially on sale for Te Deum’s first concert of the 13th season. Brahms Requiem will be Te Deum’s first ever online only livestream concert and is sure to be a meaningful viewing experience. This concert was originally performed in April 2016 and features pianists Jan Kraybill and Elisa Bickers, baritone Brian Ming Chu, soprano… Read more »
Artistic Director Matthew Christopher Shepard and the Board of Directors are thrilled to announce that James Eakin has been appointed as Composer-in-Residence for Te Deum’s 2020-21 Season. Eakin is one of the busiest and most sought-after composers in America today. His music catalog is prolific and spans genres from Concert Hall to Pop/Rock. He has… Read more »
Te Deum has joined a coalition of organizations to earn Missouri ArtSafe Certification. Missouri ArtSafe was developed by the Missouri Arts Council to give arts organizations access to best practices in producing art for the public during the pandemic. The ArtSafe program provides training, universal measures, certification, and promotion. Organizations become certified by pledging and adhering… Read more »
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… Read more »
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.
October 19 and November 1, 2020
This performance 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.