Timeless Concerts is unlike anything else in North Texas! Professional musicians perform chamber music in a relaxed atmosphere with warmth and humor including classical to contemporary to international music, piano, strings and sometimes vocalists.
The hour-long concerts are followed by a party accompanied by our pianist/vocalist, who takes your requests. Dance if you wish to pop standards from the big band era to today’s musicals or jazz. Complimentary desserts, fruits, cheese, and soft drinks. Bring your own wine. Doors open 30 minutes prior to concert.
This concert series is produced by LeeAnne Chenoweth, a violinist employed by Ft. Worth Symphony before beginning her concert production career. Ms. Chenoweth is also in demand as a contractor of musicians for special events, organizing Dallas/Fort Worth area string quartets, trios, and other ensembles for corporate events, weddings, grand openings, wine tastings and more.
Quote taken from one of our many admiring supporters.
"Musically, Timeless Concert’s evening fed my “classy” side and my “sassy” side: a feat never before accomplished at a single event. Brilliant musicians orchestrated a stellar performance, not in Ft. Worth, Dallas or Austin as you might expect, but right here in the arts’ district of downtown Arlington....I wished for more time. I wished for an instant replay of the beauty I heard."
First concert at the BRIT in Ft. Worth
Valentines Day Concert
Please try to purchase concert seats at least 1 week in advance. If closer to concert date, please call for availability. (Please see the website or call 817-480-2039. Please call only 9am-9pm daily as this is a residence.). Limited seating availability.
Seating limited. >> Purchase tickets online or contact us to pay by check, make checks payable to Timeless Concerts. For more information, call us at 817-480-2039, 9am-9pm daily.
Violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth shared the stage with Yo-yo Ma
when he performed Dvorak cello concerto with Waco Symphony
Concert dates include:
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Sat. April 23, 2016, 8:00 pm An Evening at Downton Abbey
Saturday, April 23, 2016, 8:00 pm: An Evening at Downton Abbey Location: Botanical Research Institute of Texas.Tickets $29 and $25 senior, $15 college, $35 combo concert/raffle ticket. Raffle winner chooses between prize of 2 free tickets to next concert, OR a photography sitting by Dennis Hevia Photography.
"EVENING AT DOWNTON ABBEY" Many of us are sad that this series on PBS is ending! Chamber music ensembles, such as our trio, performed often in the parlors of homes like Downton Abbey. During the late Edwardian era the series portrays, there was much rich, romantic music composed in London, by composers such as William Hurlstone (1876-1906), a pianist, composer and teacher at the Royal Academy of Music in London. His composition style reflected his love of Brahms and Schubert. Ralph Vaughan Williams (1872-1958) was also popular at the time, whose songs will be sung by our tenor, Don O'Neal LeBlanc. Vaughan Williams' loved English folk melodies and song, and his music has often been said to be "familiar and commonplace, yet deep and mystical as well as lyrical, melodic, melancholic, and nostalgic yet timeless." Pianist Heejung Kang, cellist Karen Maddox Smith, violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth. Concert followed by complimentary fruit/cheese/dessert buffet, and post-concert pianist who takes requests.
Sat. July 16, 2016, 8:00 pm Evening in Germany with Beethoven and Brahms
Saturday, July 16, 2016, 8:00 pm: Evening in Germany with Beethoven and Brahms. Location: Botanical Research Institute of Texas.Tickets $29 and $25 senior, $15 college, $35 combo concert/raffle ticket. Raffle winner chooses between prize of 2 free tickets to next concert, OR a photography sitting by Dennis Hevia Photography.
"Evening in Germany with Beethoven and Brahms" Two beloved composers, Ludwig Beethoven, and Johannes Brahms, will be featured on this concert. In 1782, before age 12, Beethoven published his first works, which were for solo piano. The following year, Gottlob Neefe, who wrote in “The Magazine of Music” stated: “If he continues like this, he will be without a doubt, the new Mozart”. Beethoven went on to write 9 symphonies, hundreds of small ensemble works, operas and vocal solos. Seldom heard, beautiful Beethoven songs will be performed on this concert. Brahms, widely considered one of the 19th century’s greatest composers and the leading musician of the Romantic era, wrote passionate works for the piano trio of violin, cello and piano that we look forward to performing, as well as his lively Hungarian Dances! Violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth, pianist Heejung Kang and cellist Karen Smith. Concert followed by complimentary fruit/cheese/dessert buffet, and post-concert pianist who takes requests.
Sat. October 8, 2016, 8:00 pm Evening in France
Saturday, October 8, 2016, 8:00 pm:Arlington Museum of Art. Tickets $29 and $25 senior, $15 college, $35 combo concert/raffle ticket. Raffle winner chooses between prize of 2 free tickets to next concert, OR a photography sitting by Dennis Hevia Photography.
Debussy, whose music has been described as "floating and ethereal harmony", had said, "Let us at all costs preserve this magic peculiar to music, since of all the arts, it is most susceptible to magic." The Debussy piano trio will be performed by violinist LeeAnne Chenoweth, pianist Heejung Kang, and cellist Karen M. Smith. His songs will be sung by soprano Judith Rodriguez. Tenor Don O'Neal LeBlanc will also be performing songs of France. The saucy arias of Bizet's opera "Carmen" will be included, as well as instrumental music of a lesser known Impressionist Era composer Vincent d'Indy. Concert followed by complimentary fruit/cheese/dessert buffet, and post-concert pianist who takes requests.
Valentines dancers, Johnny Ferraro and Jessica Stewart
NEW Student Rate: 1 youth from age 11 to 18 may attend FREE with 2 paying adults. IF paying online, order 2 tickets and call 817-480-2039, daily 9am-9pm to let us know that there will be 3 persons attending.
College-Age SPECIAL!: Those from age 18-22 may attend for $15.
Senior-Citizen SPECIAL!: For those attending age 60+, all $29 concerts are $25. See the "Purchase" page for details.
Couples Private Table for Two: Price varies by concert