Composed of approximately 35 singers, the Bosque Chorale offers some of the world’s finest choral and orchestral music to area audiences. Members include some with professional training, and others who just love to sing. But regardless of their backgrounds, the common thread among them all is their outstanding voices.
The Chorale performs twice a year - a Christmas concert, and a Spring concert. Christmas concerts have included selections from Handel’s “Messiah” and Vivaldi’s “Gloria”, along with traditional Christmas carols.
Other past performances have included “Schubert & Sherbet” with an ice cream social, and “Psalms, Spirituals, & Love Songs”. A Veterans Day program titled “American Salute” was presented in a USO Radio Show format, with patriotic selections as well as songs from WW II. Another recent spring concert included challenging choral works by Morten Lauridsen and John Rutter, and featured American Idol finalist Rickey Smith.
Make plans to see one of their performances – you’ll be glad you did!
Brazos Chorus is an auditioned vocal ensemble, under the direction of David Anavitarte. David and Kathy have dedicated their life to music ministry for over 35 years. They work as a team in leadership for the chorus. The chorus is a mixed group. We perform two major works a year, as well as prepare and provide full concerts for a musical worship experience.
Brazos Chorus rehearses every Monday night; the choir members are dedicated to learning and striving for choral excellence. For Christmas, we will be performing "Agnus Dei" by Michael W. Smith. Brazos Chorus regularly joins the Brazos Chamber Orchestra as part of an even more fulfilling worship experience. April 2017, the chorus will collaborate with the Brazos Chamber Orchestra in three performances of "Elijah" by Feliz Mendelssohn.