Subscriber Virtual Concerts

Due to the pandemic and social distancing requirements, we know that some are not able to make it to the in-person performances. Until we can all safely return to Carpenter Hall, we will continue to make our concerts available online so that everyone can enjoy the music!

Vocal Inspiration featuring
Scot Cameron

Tenor/countertenor Scot Cameron has thrilled audiences across the globe with his rich, expressive voice. Blessed with an immaculate technique that illuminates the essence of the text, Scot’s silken voice will bring to life a classical repertoire that has included Beethoven, Haydn, Vivaldi and more. To experience a Scot Cameron performance is to be guaranteed a flood of gorgeous sound, sensitive musicianship, and thoughtfully chosen material. With his special flair for communicating the beauty of sacred music, audiences will adore this polished performer!

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Allan Conner

Backed by his amazing band, Allan Conner shows why he’s considered one of the most versatile singers, musicians and entertainers in the country. This Vegas-styled variety show takes audiences on a musical journey featuring the greatest songs of the 40s, 50s, 60, 70s and 80s. From Sinatra to Diamond (and everything in between), Allan’s energy, showmanship and musical talent will have you on your feet and begging for more.

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Modern Cajon Jazz Ensemble

The Modern Cajon Jazz Ensemble brings some of Dallas’ most exciting jazz artists together for an unexpected evening of entertainment: percussion-driven jazz featuring instruments ranging from the traditional to the unique. The ensemble takes its name from a Cuban drum called a cajon, a box drum, used in traditional and contemporary Cubano music.

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Special thanks to Rod and Janet Curry for volunteering their time to help in the production of the concert.


Dave Washburn Band

The Dave Washburn Band is a six-piece traditional New Orleans style group playing hot jazz, swing, dixieland, big band tunes, and other varieties. You may hear some Sinatra style “croon tunes,” an Elvis or Chuck Berry song, or maybe even a polka or two, especially around Oktoberfest season.

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