Upcoming Performances

The Story of the Creation in Words and Music

“Inspired by hearing Handel’s Messiah in London, The Creation is the greatest triumph of Haydn’s glorious career. Unsullied optimism expressed in some of the most lovable and life-affirming music ever composed.” —BBC Music Magazine

Celebrating the depth of talent in True Concord, The Creation features more than a dozen soloists from the chorus. This is one of those works that artists dream of performing and that must be heard by audiences.

Arguably Haydn’s greatest and most intensely personal work, this is artistry and excellence in concert!

Artfully sculpting the English translation to Haydn’s music, these performances feature a new text underlay by True Concord Assistant Director and bass, Philip Moody.

The Story of the Creation in Words and Music

“Inspired by hearing Handel’s Messiah in London, The Creation is the greatest triumph of Haydn’s glorious career. Unsullied optimism expressed in some of the most lovable and life-affirming music ever composed.” —BBC Music Magazine

Celebrating the depth of talent in True Concord, The Creation features more than a dozen soloists from the chorus. This is one of those works that artists dream of performing and that must be heard by audiences.

Arguably Haydn’s greatest and most intensely personal work, this is artistry and excellence in concert!

Artfully sculpting the English translation to Haydn’s music, these performances feature a new text underlay by True Concord Assistant Director and bass, Philip Moody.

The Story of the Creation in Words and Music

“Inspired by hearing Handel’s Messiah in London, The Creation is the greatest triumph of Haydn’s glorious career. Unsullied optimism expressed in some of the most lovable and life-affirming music ever composed.” —BBC Music Magazine

Celebrating the depth of talent in True Concord, The Creation features more than a dozen soloists from the chorus. This is one of those works that artists dream of performing and that must be heard by audiences.

Arguably Haydn’s greatest and most intensely personal work, this is artistry and excellence in concert!

Artfully sculpting the English translation to Haydn’s music, these performances feature a new text underlay by True Concord Assistant Director and bass, Philip Moody.

A Sound You Will Feel!

Vespers, also known as The All-Night Vigil, has been praised as Rachmaninoff’s finest achievement. In an explosion of creativity this glorious work poured out of the composer in less than two weeks.

A magnificent work—one of Rachmaninoff’s greatest creations.

A rich tapestry of chants, complex multiple melodies and harmonies, Rachmaninoff’s a cappella masterpiece is a showcase for the entire choir while making a special featuring of the bass voice. For these concerts True Concord gathers the best of these unique lowest-of-low voices—the basso profondo—creating a sound you will FEEL!

“…True Concord lives up to the ideals of their name…” —NY CONCERT REVIEW

“True Concord Voices & Orchestra is excellent…harmonies and cluster chords ring true with perfect choral intonation.” —OPERA TODAY