|Sterling Quartet to Perform During Patriotic Concert this Weekend|
The award-winning Sterling Quartet will perform in barbershop harmony during the Patriotic Concert at Festival Hill this Sunday, July 3. Replacing The Heart of Texas Chorus on the program, Sterling will return to the Festival Concert Hall stage with their rich four-part harmony to perform Goodbye World Goodbye, Gospel Medley, Precious Lord and Man of Constant Sorrow.
The program also features the Texas Festival Orchestra, conducted by Maestro Perry So, with a special performance by pianist James Dick.
Buy tickets in advance to reserve your seat. General seating. Tickets are held at will call. Concert begins at 3:00 PM. Doors open at 1:30. Adult $45. Student $10.
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|Patriotic Concert, Sunday, July 3, 3:00 PM|
The annual Patriotic Concert on Sunday, July 3 is sure to be another fun-filled event. The Texas Festival Orchestra, conducted by Perry So, will perform many favorites by American composers, including works by Aaron Copland and John Philip Sousa. Pianist James Dick will join Maestro So and the TFO to perform George Gershwin's Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F, I. Allegro. The Sterling Quartet will entertain the audience in barbershop harmony.
Join us at Festival Hill to celebrate American Independence in what has become an annual musical tradition in Round Top, Texas. Purchase tickets online or by calling 979-249-3129. Adult $45, Student $10.
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|Tickets for Round Top Music Festival Available Online|
Tickets for the 46th Round Top Music Festival are available online. The summer festival concert season opens on Saturday, June 11, and closes on Saturday, July 16. Concert ticket prices range from adults: $25-$45; students: $10. Day passes offering reduced rates are also available. The Festival Saturday-Events Pass may be purchased online, at the door or by calling the office at 979-249-3129; adult: $250; student: $100. Free parking. Picnic areas. Drinks available on Saturdays.
Eighty-nine young artists arrived on June 5 to study with distinguished international
|RTFI Alumni Among Faculty|
Nine Round Top Festival Institute alumni are among the faculty for the 2016 Round Top Music Festival. After having attended our Festival Institute, these alumni went on to establish successful careers in performance and education. They are returning to Round Top to work with young artists in residence as they study to enhance the skills they will need to further their careers--continuing 46 years of music education and performance at Round Top Festival Institute.
Brett Deubner, viola (1991) (RTFI Faculty 2012-2016) Aaron Copland School of Music at Queens College
Erin Hannigan, oboe (1993-1994) (RTFI Faculty 2007-2011, 2013-2016) Dallas Symphony Orchestra, Southern Methodist University