A Legacy of Excellence

Texas Boys Choir has a unique story to tell. It begins in 1946 with the passion and vision of American choral conductor, George Bragg, and his relentless pursuit of excellence.

A Legacy of Excellence

2017

TBC Tours China

2016

Facility Renovation

Minor Facility Renovations with 580 Students Enrolled

2013

Enrollment

FWAFA reaches 525 Enrolled with 86 TBC Members

2012

Facility Addition

51 FWAFA Graduates are Offered $4.75M in scholarships

2010

Facility Addition

With 482 Enrolled, FWAFA expands

2008

Scholarships

30 FWAFA Graduates are Offered $2.2M in scholarships

2004

Great Hall Sold

2004

Facility Improvements

FWAFA Facility Improvements with 345 students stretching usable space.

2001

FWAFA is Born

The School Year Begins for 200 Students at Fort Worth Academy of Fine Arts - the home of TBC

1999

Affiliates with Honors Academy

TBC Affiliates with Honors Academy

1988

TBC Moves

TBC Moves Into Great Hall on Riverglen Drive in Fort Worth with its first 100 Members

1970

TBC Moves

TBC Moves Into "A Place Called Christmas" on Locke Avenue in Fort Worth

1957

TBC Moves To Fort Worth

TBC Moves to Fort Worth from Denton

1957

TBC Opens TBC School

1946

TBC Founded

TBC Founded by George Bragg in Denton Texas