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2020-21 Season

Celebrating the Impact of Women on the World

Presenting our reimagined fall season, with the safety of our artists and audiences as highest priority.

2020 VIDEO CONCERTS

Experience True Concord performances from anywhere!
Performances broadcast online in high-quality, multi-camera productions.
Produced by the award-winning crew of Arizona PBS.

Special Video Package: All 4 video concerts for the price of 3!

Single Viewer: $60 (reg. $80)
Multiple Viewers: $90 (reg. $120)

Individual tickets: Single Viewer $20; Multi-Viewer $30

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October 24-January 3

Brahms’s Ein deutsches Requiem is not, like most Requiems, a mass for the dead or about resurrection. Rather, it is a work of consolation for those left behind.

Celebrating the 150th anniversary of Brahms’s “London Version,” True Concord treats you to his chamber version of the Requiem, with 4-hands piano replacing the orchestra. For many, this will be a new, more intimate way to experience this beloved work.

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November 14-January 3

Enjoy music that represents the essence of place — Asia to Africa, Australia to Antarctica — all seven continents of the globe. Celebrate the glorious beauty of Mother Earth and reflect on the need to care for her, our home.

“Earth music,” complex yet pure, communicates the earth of its origin with the dissonance, harmony and energy of the natural world.

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December 5-January 3

Right in time for the Christmas season, watch this special video-recorded (and socially distanced) production of the treasured Messiah.

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December 12-January 3

True Concord continues its holiday tradition. This year, experience music inspired by Mary, mother of the Christ child.

True Concord will perform old and new works for the season, including selections from its recent Christmas album. Critically heralded Christmas With True Concord: Carols in the American Voice reached No. 5 on Billboard’s Traditional Classical Chart.

The concert includes excerpts from Benjamin Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols, Op. 28, scored for choir and harp.