Founded in 1949, Tucson Masterworks Chorale is Southern Arizona’s premier community chorus. We strive to make the great masterworks of choral literature, from pre-Baroque to contemporary, accessible to singers and audience members from all walks of life, to grow musically, and to encourage cultural participation in our community. We are a NonProfit 501(c)(3) organization, governed by a volunteer Board of Directors.

Do you enjoy singing the great masterworks of choral literature?  Explore the “Join TMC,” “Members,” and “Concerts” pages for more information.

Fall 2019 Concert Poster



Fall 2019 Program

  • “Happiness can be found, even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light” – J.K Rowling, via Albus Dumbledore

           Tucson Masterwork’s Chorale Fall program, Sing Darkness to Light, expresses the power of music to illuminate even the darkest of struggles. With texts from Anne Frank’s diaries, the Requiem mass, singer/songwriter Dolly Parton and others, the program weaves through topics of war, violence, and death, emerging in the hope of a better tomorrow. Musical highlights include Schütz’s Die mit Träenen säen, Stroope’s Dies Irae, and Gjeilo’s Luminous Night of the Soul, along with selections by Mozart, Ticheli, Paulus, and more. TMC’s new Artistic Director, Angelica Dunsavage, hopes that this program may serve the community in providing a musical lighthouse to all who need reassurance and strength.

Sunday November 3 at 3:00 pm, Grace St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Spring 2020 Program

We will perform “The Seasons” by Joseph Haydn, with full orchestra and soloists, on April 19, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church.

TMC Director’s Scholarship for High School Students

TMC is proud to announce a new scholarship for HS juniors and seniors. The TMC Director’s Scholarship invites HS 12-15 students to sing with the Chorale, providing free music and a voice or conducting lesson with the Artistic Director. Interested students should apply for our spring program, Haydn’s The Seasons by December 1.  Download the pdf below and fill out the application. 

     Alan Schultz

It is with sadness that we report the passing of Alan Schultz, who died  in Tucson on November 5, at the age of 77.  His long and productive career included serving as conductor of the Tucson Masterworks Chorale (known then as the Tucson Civic Chorus) from 1976 to 1983.  Funeral services begin at 1 p.m. Nov. 23 at St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church, 602 N. Wilmot Road.  A reception will follow in the parish hall.