Premieres Saturday, Feb. 27 at 6:00 p.m. | Virtual Concert

Chorus Austin teams up with Austin PBS on its latest virtual offering called Keeping the Light: Songs of Hope.

Artistic Director Ryan Heller has picked a theme that may have extra meaning for Texans after the recent struggles caused by the winter storm.

The program will feature new and previously recorded Chorus Austin favorites that celebrate light and hope. The premiere will include exclusive first access of the concert, and a live chat with Heller.

Registration for the virtual performance is free, but donations are welcome. For those who can't view the premiere, the concert will be available to stream online through March 13.

Event Details

Ticket Information

  • Cost: FREE / Donation Suggested

Presenter Details

  • Name: Chorus Austin
  • Chorus  Austin is an award-winning symphonic ensemble specializing in large-scale masterworks with professional orchestras and soloists. The Symphonic Chorus, which includes up to 160 amateur and professional singers selected by audition, offers a cross-section of some of the best vocal talent and musical passion in Central Texas.

    Intimate sounds and exquisite blend mark our Chamber Ensemble. The carefully selected 32 member chamber chorus performs smaller choral works ranging in style from early Renaissance music to contemporary pieces, accompanied or a cappella.