The Fort Worth Men's Chorus, celebrated its thirteenth anniversary on May 22, 2006. The Chorus was established in 1993 by a group of dedicated individuals wishing to start a legacy of men's choral music in Fort Worth and Tarrant County. The Chorus is comprised of approximately fifteen active singers, a twelve member Board of Directors, and countless volunteers and supporters.

The Fort Worth Men's Chorus has established itself as a major cultural presence in the Fort Worth/Dallas Metroplex. In addition to its annual concert season, the Chorus has performed with Capital City Men's Chorus of Austin, Gay Men's Chorus of Houston, Turtle Creek Chorale, and the Women's Chorus of Dallas. Following a guest appearance in the finale of the 1997 Miss Texas Scholarship Pageant, they were featured as the Ghost Chorus in the 1998 Fort Worth Opera production of "The Flying Dutchman." In July 2000 the Chorus performed in San Jose, CA. as part of GALA Choruses Festival 2000, and in July 2004 the chorus performed in Montreal, Canada as part of Festival VIIe. Locally its performance venues include the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Martin Hall on the campus of Texas Wesleyan University, Ed Landreth Auditorium on the campus of Texas Christian University, the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center in Dallas, the Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall, and the Van Cliburn Recital Hall in Fort Worth.

Keith A. Wolfe, a native of Virginia, moved from the operatic stage of arts management, currently holding the position of Managing Director of the Fort Worth Opera and Artistic Director of the Fort Worth Men's Chorus. Mr. Wolfe was the General Manager of the Seagle Music Colony, the country's oldest opera training program, located in upstate New York.

As a performer, Mr. Wolfe has sung with the Virginia Opera, the Washington Opera, the Virginia Symphony, the Shreveport Symphony, the Norfolk Savoyards, and the Virginia Pro Musica.

In addition to professional choral work, Keith's operatic roles include Tamino in Die Zauberflote, Nemorino in L'elisir d'amore, Goro in Madame Butterfly, and Nanki-Poo in The Mikado. Keith has also worked as a conductor for youth and adult choirs, studying under Dr. Robert McCoy, resident coach with the Washington Opera. Mr. Wolfe is frequently involved in artist training, through master classes on auditions to private voice lessons.

The Fort Worth Men's Chorus is delighted to have such an accomplished and renoun voice and choral professional as it's artistic director

Aimee Hurst is active in the Dallas-Fort Worth area as a professional accompanist and collaborative pianist. As an adjunct faculty member at Texas Wesleyan University, Aimee has been musical director for shows such as: Company, Evita, and Hair. Working extensively in musical theatre, she has acted as either pianist or musical director for many productions throughout the state of Texas; including the Allied Theatre Group's critically acclaimed hit: Cowgirls. In addition to playing regularly at Fort Worth's Casa Manana Theatre and the Bass Performance Hall, she is staff pianist for Meadowbrook United Methodist Church and has been accompanist for the Fort Worth Men's Chorus since 1998. She has also appeared in recital with several area musicians including members of the Fort Worth Symphony. Aimee is featured on the Texas Boy's Choir CD, Montage; as well as the Fort Worth Men's Chorus' recording, "Diversity of Joy"

Aimee received her Master of Music degree in Piano Performance from the University of Texas in Austin and was awarded first prize in the Sydney Wright Competition for Excellence in Piano Accompanying. Most of all she is proud of her son, Aidan.