About Penn Street Arts
First Presbyterian Church hosts several concerts annually through its music and arts series, Penn Street Arts, adding to the excellence of the music and arts in the Fort Worth Community. Come hear the sounds of our distinguished adult, youth, and children's ensembles, as well as local, regional, and international groups renowned for excellence. The series also strives to offer the sights of various performing and visual artists.
Coming Up Next:
Friday, April 28 | 7 p.m.
The Penn Street Arts Series welcomes back the Choral Artists of Fort Worth for a free concert premiering "CHRISTUS," a new work by S. Andrew Lloyd. A choral piece with organ, this first performance of Lloyd's masterful work promises to be the highlight of the season. A reception will follow the performance. Free and open to the public.
Under the direction of artistic director, Ryan Chatterton, the piece will feature five soloists from the Dallas/Fort Worth area including members of the Fort Worth Symphony and University of North Texas faculty:
Carol Harlos - Cello
Jeffrey Snider - Baritone
Jennifer Youngs - Soprano
Julia Bushkova - Violin
William Joyner - Tenor
Take a sneak peek at the story behind "CHRISTUS" and the Choral Artists of Fort Worth:
What Else You'll Hear at Penn Street Arts
In the past, the Penn Street Arts Series has welcomed these acclaimed groups, to name a few: Milikin University Choir, Texas Boys Choir, Texas Camerata Baroque Ensemble, Luther College Nordic Choir.
If you have questions about the series or are interested in bringing your group to perform at FPC, please contact the church office at 817.335.1231.
Penn Street Arts Recital Series
FPC is proud to support emerging local artists through its Recital Series, a part of the Penn Street Arts program. Please check back for upcoming recitals.