|Program Changes for this Weekend at Festival Hill|
Dongmin Kim opens tonight's concert at 7:30. He will conduct the Texas Festival String Ensemble in the performance of works by Holst, Elgar and Tchaikovsky. Next on the program is Brent Phillips, brass faculty, directing the Brass and Percussion Ensemble in a unique rendition of Fanfares Liturgiques (1947) by Henri Tomasi.
On Sunday July 3 at 3 PM enjoy a delightful and inspiring 4th of July program. The Patriotic Concert will feature the Brass and Percussion Ensemble performing American works.
Programs are subject to change.
|COVID-19 Policy for Visitors|
Round Top Festival Institute continues to take precautions to promote health and safety.
The number of COVID-19 cases in the Round Top area has increased.
|2022 Round Top Music Festival|
Eighty-seven talented young artists chosen from more than 450 applicants from all over the world will convene at tiny Round Top, Texas on Sunday June 5 till Sunday July 17, 2022 for the 51st Round Top Music Festival. The 6-week intensely concentrated course supervised by its Founder and Artistic Director James Dick includes orchestra rehearsals and performances, chamber music coaching and performances, master classes, and private lessons. Forty-two faculty members and six conductors will arrive on campus on a rotating schedule to mentor the participants.
Alumni of the previous 50 years are to be found at any corner of the planet playing in great symphony orchestras and teaching in leading universities and conservatories.
|James Dick, Texas Bluebonnets Grieg Nocturne|
Texas Bluebonnets Grieg Nocturne - James Dick, piano (3:59)
Nocturne Op. 54/4 by Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)
Recorded by pianist James Dick on January 10, 2004
Video and editing: Don Teague (March/April 2020)