Founded by Artistic Director Alan Dyer, The Texas Voices is a not-for-profit, professional vocal ensemble dedicated to promoting excellence in the choral arts by:
Providing professional performance opportunities for area singers and composers
Supporting the development and performance of new choral works
Bringing exceptional choral music performances to the community
Encouraging professional development and music education
Supporting community outreach activities
The ensemble debuted in May 2003 and has gained recognition for its polished, nuanced sound and variety of compelling repertoire. Talented singers from a wide variety of musical backgrounds blend their voices to produce the signature “one voice” sound of the chorus.
Now in its 18th concert season, The Texas Voices continues to promote choral artistry through exceptional music performances and the commission and premier of new choral works. The chorus has premiered more than 65 original works, many of which were written by novice, emerging, or established Texas composers. Numerous composers and arts groups regularly collaborate with the chorus.
Radio and television programs across the Metroplex have featured The Texas Voices, including “Arts Café,” “Art Matters,” and “Music of the Metroplex” on WRR Classical 101.1 FM; “Community Focus” on KEOM FM; and “Good Day” on FOX 4. The choir’s recording of James Mulholland’s A Red, Red, Rose became a regular feature of WRR’s annual Valentine’s Day programming.