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2015 Photo-Some-Days 4.18.2015

I am excited to sing “Brahms Requiem” with fellow members of the First Baptist Keller Chorale joining singers from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, Howard Payne University, and Gambrell Street Baptist Church. To top it off, we are singing with the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra! As we rehearsed last night, I was simultaneously humbled, somewhat intimidated, and very thrilled. The opportunity to sing with such talented musicians is a privilege, indeed. Brahms Requiem is a beautiful piece of music; come hear us on April 28 in the Truett Auditorium at the Seminary. I’ll be the guy in the tux. 😉

I will give thanks to the LORD for his righteousness. I will make music to praise the name of the LORD Most High. ~ Psalm 7:17 via crosswalk.com

Brahms Requiem rehearsal, 4.17.2015

Brahms Requiem rehearsal, 4.17.2015

2015 Photo-A-Day 1.25.2015

Brahms’ Requiem. A magnificent piece of music celebrating the Christian passage from this life into life eternal with our Lord, Jesus Christ, as it honors the pain and grief that each of us bear at the loss of a loved one. I am honored and excited to have the opportunity to learn this piece with the Chorale of First Baptist Church of Keller and perform this piece with the Chorale, the Southwest Baptist Theological Seminary Chorus, and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra. We honor God with our music – Soli Deo Gloria!

Then David spoke to the chiefs of the Levites to appoint their relatives the singers, withinstruments of musicharpslyresloud-sounding cymbals, to raise sounds of joy. ~ 1 Chronicles 15:16

Looking forward to presenting this with the FBC Chorale, SWBTS chorus, and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in just a few months!

Looking forward to presenting this with the FBC Chorale, SWBTS chorus, and the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra in just a few months!

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