The Women's Chorus of Dallas

Local community chorus performing concerts in Dallas

Local community chorus performing concerts in Dallas

Local community chorus performing concerts in DallasLocal community chorus performing concerts in Dallas

The Women's Chorus of Dallas promotes the strength, diversity, and empowerment of women by performing high quality music to entertain, inspire, and serve the community. 

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 TWCD’s sixth annual celebration of women composers for Women’s History Month features singing and composing sensation Moira Smiley with her ensemble VOCO—known for providing visceral and experimental musical experiences—along with 200+ voices from TWCD and collegiate and high school choirs. 

Calling all Dallas poets!

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Local poets, high school age and up, are invited to attend an upcoming rehearsal 

at Sammons Center for the Arts on Feb 10 or Feb 17 and write poems inspired by their visit for chance to be featured at Voices of Women VI: Travelin' Voices on March 5 and win a cash prize.

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Hugh Jackman: The Man. The Music. The Show.

 The Women's Chorus of Dallas joined Hugh Jackman, of X-Men, Les Miserables, and The Greatest Showman fame, onstage at American Airlines Center on June 19, 2019. 

Watch this video presented at Voices of Women V, 2019!

Small ensemble Vivacious! at Sleigh Ride, Dec. 2. Photo by Radz D. Photography

Dallas Morning News on TWCD: "a model of creating harmony in diversity"

"For several years I've been attending, following and supporting a group  that is a model for how to overcome all of the partisan nonsense we face  every day. Instead of debating or hating, they do it by creating. They  sing. And they do it with an excellence that has earned an invitation to  perform at Carnegie Hall in May. . . . " by Kevin Sloan, Contributor

Our Music

A mix of classical choral repertoire, contemporary arrangements, and original compositions. Watch highlights from Voices of Women V, set to excerpts from River Song by Reena Esmail; Shumayela arr. Charlotte Botha; How Can I Keep From Singing by Gwyneth Walker.


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