houston chamber choir a time to bring hope

Things might be different this year, but that won’t stop the Houston Chamber Choir from finding a way to continue its annual tradition of celebrating the holidays with beautiful Christmas songs filled with joy and hope.

The Grammy award-winning Houston Chamber Choir debuts the second offering of its virtual holiday season, “The Everything a Season,” later this month.

The choir, led by Founder and Artistic Director Robert Simpson, presents “A Time to Bring Hope,” a series of new performances that will be pre-recorded and shared virtually online.

The virtual season kicked off Nov. 22 with five customized concert videos geared toward finding beauty and joy during difficult times. The newest offering debuts Dec. 20.

An annual subscription for the entire virtual season costs $40, which includes unlimited viewing. You can also rent the latest concert for $9.99 and access it for three days.

If you’ve never seen the Houston Chamber Choir before, you don’t know what you’re missing. The Grammy Award-winning group is one of the nation’s finest choirs, and it has served Houston with concerts and educational initiatives for years.

Don’t miss this world-class holiday performance. Purchase tickets online, here.