Singers from The Turtle Creek Chorale, billed as “the most recorded male chorus in the world,” will perform favorite selections from the group’s 43 years of song in a special appearance
This special performance, like all Festival of the Senses events, is free and open to the public, but for this performance we anticipate a large audience for our limited space, so tickets will be required for admission. To reserve a seat, use this link: httpss:////bit.ly/TCCRoadTripNLR. You will receive a printable ticket via email to bring to the concert.
Created in 1980 in Dallas, Texas, the widely heralded and much-praised Turtle Creek Chorale has entertained audiences in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and beyond with the power of live performance for more than 40 years. Past and future concerts include collaborations with Broadway star Patti LuPone and the Dallas Symphony Orchestra. Our November 18 concert will feature hits from the group’s long history, sung by an ensemble of 40 voices from the 250-member chorale.
Festival of the Senses is an annual performing arts series created in 2011 as a gift of the arts to the community to entertain, enlighten, and inspire. As North Little Rock’s only free year-long series featuring distinguished local and regional performers, it has presented artists in classical, contemporary, vocal, band, and choral music as well as dance, drama, and comedy. All our events are free and open to the public, thanks to the generosity of donors, series sponsors, and audience members and grants from the Arkansas Arts Council, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
(Saturday) 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
St. Luke's Episcopal Church
4106 JFK Blvd.