Established in 1975, the Highlander Concert Series of Highland Park Presbyterian Church uniquely contributes to the cultural life of the community in glorifying God and exercising the creative gifts of music through vocal and instrumental performance.
In this unprecedented season, we have created innovative concerts to celebrate great sacred music at the highest artistic level. The Highland Park Chorale will perform in our Sanctuary for a series of short concerts broadcast across our church’s YouTube channel, Facebook pages, and website. This will provide a terrific opportunity for you to not only tune in and enjoy the music from a distance, but to share this music with everyone you know.
Watch Messiah online here at 7 pm, Friday, Dec. 18.
Friday, December 18 | 7 pm Online
Chorale & Orchestra
A beloved Highland Park Christmas tradition, our annual performance of Handel’s Messiah is the perfect way to experience the artistic presentation of Holy Scripture to describe the ministry of Jesus Christ. Watch live or any time after the premier.
Sunday, Nov. 15 | 7 pm
Highland Park Chorale
Following a high-energy burst of joy in Alleluia, the HP Chorale takes a respectful, heartwarming journey of reflection on the fragility of earthly life and loss in Take Him, Earth, for Cherishing. The concert concludes with a fascinating look at the connection of the galaxies and our earthly bodies in Spheres of Influence. Take advantage of this innovative way to experience the Highland Park Chorale in concert and discover the wonders of God’s creation through artistry. Watch live or any time after the premier.
The Highlander Concert Series is funded entirely through the generosity of our patrons and audiences who come from all around the metroplex. Become a patron today and join us in our mission to bring great music and musicians to our community. A variety of giving levels are tailored to suit every budget and contributions are tax-deductible. Click below to donate or complete the patron form and return it to the church.
$5000 and Above