Past Performances


The Passion of Joan of Arc

June 15, 2018 7:00pm Texas Theatre

A Verdigris quartet joined the Oak Cliff Film Festival for a screening of 1926 French silent film, The Passion of Joan of Arc. While the film played, the quartet along with string ensemble and electronic recordings performed the newly composed film score by indie electronic composer George Sarah.



Consolation of Apollo

March 2, 2018 7:00pm St. Andrew United Methodist Church

March 4, 2018 7:00pm Royal Lane Baptist Church

April 14, 2018 2:00pm University of Texas at Arlington Planetarium

April 27, 2018 Perot Museum                                         *Featured performers at Social Science event

Featuring music of Meredith Monk, Urmas Sisask, with program centerpiece Consolation of Apollo by Kile Smith. Performances in church spaces were semi-staged. Performance at Planetarium featured custom animations that followed the  music's path through the solar system.


Verdigris Christmas

December 8, 2017 7:00pm St. Andrew United Methodist Church

December 9, 2017 Outreach to residents at Presbyterian Village North

December 10, 2017 7:00pm Royal Lane Baptist Church

Poulenc's Quatres motets pour le temps de Noël and William Matthias's Ave Rex other well-loved Christmas settings. Featured a "choir juke-box" where Verdigris quartets performed jazz arrangements of audience suggestions.

First unveiling of Verdi-Gris tea blend from The Cultured Cup. All proceeds from the purchase of this blend donated to Verdigris.


Becoming Alive: A Musical Narration of The Velveteen Rabbit

October 9, 2017 7pm Concert preview at Interabang Books

October 20, 2017 7pm St. Andrew United Methodist Church

October 21, 2017 3pm First Baptist Farmers Branch

October 22, 2017 7pm Royal Lane Baptist Church

In collaboration with voice actor Kent Williams who read the story of The Velveteen Rabbit, and composer Kevin Shoemaker who composed original music for synthesizer, piano and choir, Verdigris brought the beloved children's story to life for all ages. Featuring pieces by Thomas LaVoy and others, Verdigris provided soundtrack to and commentary on the the story as it unfolded.