|Antiques Show Lodging Available Now|
Lodging is available on the Festival Hill campus during the Antiques Show. Book your room by calling the office at 979-249-3129 during normal business hours and ask for Vickie, or send an email to email@example.com. Views rooms, rates and rules. Rooms may be booked on a first-come first-served basis between now and September 30, 2016. Room reservations are firm when payment is received in full. Availability is limited.
|Celil Refik Kaya Returns to Festival Hill October 8|
Celil Refik Kaya returns to the Festival Concert Hall stage on October 8 to give another stunning classical guitar performance. The program includes Bach's Goldberg Variations; works by Joaquin Rodrigo, Mauro Giuliani and others; and Kaya's own composition, Sonatina. Purchase your tickets now to reserve your seat and enjoy this unique musical experience as Celil's skillful fingers expertly pluck and strum the strings of his guitar in the acoustically-perfect Festival Concert Hall. Adult $25. Student $10.
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|Theatre Forum Hosts Opera Premiere at Festival Hill in November|
Join Shakespeare fans and thespians at Round Top Festival Institute from November 4-6 for the 19th Annual Theatre Forum, Golden Ages: The Theatre of England and Spain in the Age of Shakespeare and Cervantes. The three-day forum includes talks, performances, recitals, opera and more.
A highlight of the weekend is the Saturday world premiere of the one-act comic opera, Two Cells in Sevilla. Written by father and son team Marec Bela Steffens and Walter Steffens and co-produced by The Greenbriar Consortium in Houston, Texas, the opera's characters include Cervantes, his great colleague Tirso de Molina (creator of the Don Juan legend), and features a letter from their English contemporary William Shakespeare.
Overnight accommodations and fine dining are available.
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|UT Wind Ensemble Performs at Festival Hill November 19|
The University of Texas Wind Ensemble will perform at Round Top Festival Institute on Saturday, November 19, at 3:00 PM in the Festival Concert Hall. Conducted by Jerry Junkin, the ensemble has firmly established itself as one of America's elite wind bands. Adult $25. Student $10.
The program includes Cloud of Witnesses by D.J. Sparr, visiting composer, who will be present for the performance. Guest conductor, Pamornpan Komolpamorn, will conduct Whoopee in D for a very fine orchestra by Henry Brant.
Take a break and spend a relaxing afternoon at Festival Hill. Arrive early and enjoy a casual buffet-style lunch served in the Menke House Dining Room. The pre-concert meal has become a favorite among concertgoers. By reservation only, $25 plus tax.
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|PraiSingers Perform at Festival Hill December 3|
A Christmas Celebration in Song at Festival Hill! PraiSingers, the popular choir from Travis Avenue Baptist Church in Fort Worth, Texas, directed by Dr. Bill Pearson, will present a Christmas holiday concert featuring over a dozen sacred and secular favorites. The 3:00 PM program on Saturday, December 3 includes several medleys, White Christmas, Silver Bells and Silent Night among others, and features several vocal soloists. Adult $25, Student $10.
The annual Open House at Festival Hill follows the concert. Join us in the Victorian-style Menke House for sweets and treats, visit with friends and revel in the spirit of season!
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|2016-2017 August-to-April Concert Series|
The 2016-2017 August-to-April Concert Series offers a variety of nine concerts and ballet, and opens on August 20 with the Split Second Piano Duo. Tickets are available online. Adult $25-$40. Student $10-$20.
Lunch will be available prior to a few concerts and will be listed in the shopping cart if available. All meals are "reservation only." Overnight accommodations are available on concert weekends. Call the office at 979-249-3129 to reserve a room.
- Celil Refik Kaya Guitar Solo, Saturday, October 8, 2016, 3:00 PM
- University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry Junkin,......