Congratulations Houston Chamber Choir!!
The Treble Choir of Houston would like to congratulate Robert Simpson and all the members of the Houston Chamber Choir for winning the GRAMMY Award for Best Choral Performance!!!!!
The Durufle’ Complete Choral Works recording is definitely worthy of this accolade. Bob Simpson’s heartfelt acceptance speech was also noteworthy. We especially appreciate the nod to Houston as “an artistic capital of our country.” We LOVE performing with the Houston Chamber Choir every Christmas at the Villa de Matel. It is a privilege and honor to sing with these gracious, talented Houstonians. You inspire us and demonstrate what true musicianship is.
Thank you for all your support of the Treble Choir of Houston over the years. Congratulations!!!!
Supporting our Astros!
Treble Choir’s "butterfly” Joanna Perez graduated in May is enjoying her wings and getting ready to become an OLE- a student of Saint Olaf Choir College in Minnesota. She will be studying with incomparable ANTON ARMSTRONG. Treble Choir is very proud and happy for Joanna.
First Annual Treble Choir Festival!
The Treble Choir had an amazing experience participating in the SongFest in San Antonio. Thanks to the Children's Chorus of San Antonio for hosting!
“Marianna Simpson and her Treble Choir create true artistry. Their music-making is full of nuance, attention to detail, passionate expression, and beautiful repertoire. A joy to hear!”
--Emily Ellsworth, Artistic Director, ANIMA Children’s Chorus of Chicago
“The children were brilliant, catching the spirit of what they were singing about and bringing music into the realm of innocence and purity. Bravo!”
--Franz Anton Krager, Director of the Orchestra Studies, Moores School of Music at University of Houston
Rave reviews for 2017 Villa de Matel Performance!
"Led by director Marianna Parnas-Simpson, guest artists The Treble Choir of Houston made a beautiful contrast to the warm, full sound of their host choir. In David Ashley White's "Spirit, Moving Over Chaos," the choir's 33 young women created an ethereal effect; their pure, bright sound hovering in the air illuminated by the pealing of hand chimes, all sonically held aloft by the columned pedal tones of the Villa's pipe organ."