Twin Cities Women's Choir - Empowering the Voices of Women

Our 2015-2016 Season Concert Season

Advance ticket sales for Our Fare Ladies have ended. There will still be tickets available at the door.

A musical feast in courses celebrating female composers and chefs.

Saturday, February 6, 3pm
Saint Paul's United Church of Christ - 900 Summit Avenue, St Paul, MN 55105
ASL Interpreted

Tickets: Advance $20, Door $22
Kids 12 and under free
Pay-what-you-can tickets are available at the door.

This dinner party will be hosted by Shanan Custer, and will feature the women chefs and owners of The Lowbrow, Tatanka Truck, and Sassy Spoon.

Also featuring ENCORE! and the Twin Cities Girls' Choir.

Read more about all of this season's concerts.


Our first-ever Singathon was a success!

Thanks to your support, we've raised nearly $20,000 in our first-ever Singathon fundraiser. That will go a long way to helping us remain financially accessible to all women and girls who want to sing with TCWC and the Twin Cities Girls Choir. We're excited to do it again next year!

 

Sarah Grace Graves Wins 2015 Mary Bussman Emerging Female Composer Contest

The Twin Cities Women's Choir is pleased to announce the winner of the 2015 Mary Bussman Emerging Female Composer contest. Sarah Grace Graves, who began her formal composition studies at Rice University in 2014, is already making a name for herself in the music world. TCWC will debut her original composition, chiaroscuro, at its first major concert of the 2015-2016 season: the annual "Illuminations" celebration.

Read more about Sarah Grace Graves, chiaroscuro, and the Mary Bussman Emerging Female Composer Composition Competition.

 

ENCORE! Performance in the Guthrie Theater's Production of The Events

ENCORE!, the small a cappella ensemble of the Twin Cities Women’s Choir, was one of the local choirs to perform in a production of The Events at the Guthrie Theater, on October 1 and 2.

The Events, by Scottish dramatist David Greig, was written as a response to the shooting attack on a youth camp in Norway in 2011 that took 77 lives. It seeks to explore how the community searches for compassion, forgiveness, peace and understanding in the wake of an unspeakable act. The play sets the anguish and pain of a survivor of a mass shooting against the consoling presence of a choir.

A different community choir sang at each performance. ENCORE! sang in the final preview and on opening night. In addition to singing throughout the 90-minute play, ENCORE! presented one of its own arrangements before the shows began.

See press for ENCORE! and The Events.