As we come together for in-person concerts this season, we are united by the universal connection that music provides. Music allows us to express emotions and find meaning where words alone often fall short. Te Deum audiences are returning to concerts in 2021 because of the power and depth of our performance experience, rooted in… Read more »
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.
September 18 and 19, 2021
“The Heart Cries Out” will put music and poetry to the cries of pain, loneliness, need and gratefulness we have experienced during a worldwide pandemic.
December 20 and 21, 2021
Te Deum’s Christmas concert will celebrate the blessing, joys, and happiness of the Christmas season, highlighting music for choir and harp.
January 22 and 23, 2022
Drawing on the repertories of chant, Josquin, and Palestrina, the listener will be transported to 16th century Italy, hearing music of the Sistine Chapel.
July 18, 2021 and March 13, 2022
Join us for a meaningful Vespers service featuring Te Deum Tenors and Basses offering a 45-minute prayer service fully chanted in Latin. This performance is a free offering to the public
June 11 and 12, 2022
In collaboration with Father Justin Mathews, Te Deum will present sections of the Orthodox All-Night Vigil service and the Liturgy of St. John Chrysostom, integrating works of the most famous Orthodox composers.
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 »