Galleria Dallas will present "Stronger," an exhibit from the Turtle Creek Chorale that details its mission to entertain, educate, unite and inspire, and history. Now in its 41st year, Turtle Creek Chorale got its start in 1980, when a group of 30 men stood onstage and sang at Holy Trinity Catholic Church. That group has now grown to more than 250 dues-paying members who contribute more than 100,000 hours annually to rehearsals, performances and community outreach.
Turtle Creek Chorale has performed not only for Dallas audiences, but at Carnegie Hall, in Spain, Germany and the Czech Republic and even before Queen Elizabeth II. The group is the most recorded male chorus in the world, with 38 albums and two feature-length documentaries. While primarily a gay men’s chorus, Turtle Creek Chorale welcomes all men, and those who identify as male, regardless of sexual orientation.
Following the opening day, the exhibit will be on display through June 30.
13350 Dallas Pkwy.
Dallas, TX 75240
Admission is free.
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