Vocal Majority, an incredible volunteer-based men’s chorus of over 100 singers, has been wowing crowds for more than 50 years with their joyful harmonies — and we’re delighted that the local group will soon be performing in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The group will inspire listeners with an April 1 and 2 Spring Show at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, along with a number of other touching performances later in the year.
Featuring a diverse musical repertoire that spans from sacred and inspirational, patriotic, jazz, Broadway and beyond, Vocal Majority has something to suit everyone.
The chorus group welcomes folks from all different backgrounds and degrees of musical prowess, making for an amazingly unique and multi-layered ensemble. Along with their upcoming spring show on April 1 and 2, Vocal Majority will perform a 9/11 concert at the Meyerson Symphony Center, four Christmas shows at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, and a December 16 performance at the Arlington ISD Center for Performing Arts.
Vocal Majority has now impacted millions of people across the globe, both on and off stage. They recently started a partnership with Gainesville State School in which they work to uplift and empower incarcerated youth by bringing ensemble singing and positive adult role models into their lives.
Vocal Majority’s Spring Show is open to all ages and will be held at the Eisemann Center in Richardson, offering two showtimes at 2 pm and 7:30 pm on Saturday, April 1 and one showtime at 2 pm on Sunday, April 2.
Tickets start at $22, and discounts are available for juniors and seniors, students and active military members, and groups.