In December of 2017, Tapestry presented Zigeunerlieder, or Gypsy Songs, a program of beautiful and exciting music featuring the work of Brahms, Duruflé, Fauré, as well as Tapestry’s very first commissioned piece, “I Think Awhile of Love,” by Colin Britt, and more!
In Spring of 2017, Tapestry Presented American Songbook. At a time when America is deeply divided along political, social, and economic lines, Tapestry sought to emphasize the beauty in our country’s heritage by presenting a concert of its rich choral music. American Songbook featured African American Spirituals, American Folk Songs, and music by American composers, including Tapestry’s very first commissioned piece, “I Think Awhile of Love,” by Colin Britt.
A Winter Nocturne
In December of 2016, Tapestry Presented A Winter Nocturne. An enchanting evening of choral music woven together by the mysterious inspirations of the night. This diverse program featured works by Arvo Part, Morten Lauridsen, Stephen Hatfield, Dan Forrest and others.
In June of 2016, Tapestry Presented Dulcis Memoria showcasing two of choral music's most popular composition styles: the motet and madrigal. The program spanned five centuries of works from Renaissance masters like Palestrina and Lasso to modern day composers such as Lauridsen and Gjeilo.
On A Clear Night
In December, 2015, Tapestry presented a classical program of choral music by such favored composers as Ives, Brahms, Britten, and Mozart.
In June of 2015, Tapestry presented a night of classical and folk choral music around from around the world! Featuring pieces in seven languages from ten countries, it was an evening of all A Cappella works by composers such as Sergei Rachmaninoff, Olivier Messiaen, Stephen Leek, Harry Einhorn, and more!
This Endris Night
In December of 2014, Tapestry presented an evening of seasonal choral music featuring works accompanied by Harp and Marimba. Works included "Carols and Lullabies" by Conrad Susa and "Three Nativity Carols" by Stephen Paulus.
Tapestry in Concert
In May of 2014, Tapestry's inaugural concert featured the choir and individuals performing works by Morten Lauridsen, Moses Hogan, Robert Shaw & Alice Parker, and more!