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Chamber Music Trio Opens Concert Series on August 18Chamber Music Trio Opens Concert Series on August 18

The 2018-2019 August-to-April Concert Series opens on Saturday, August 18 at 3:00 PM with a performance by the Chamber Music Trio in the breath-taking Festival Concert Hall. Featuring Louis-Marie Fardet, cello; Chavdar Parashkevov, violin; and Viktor Valkov, piano, the ensemble will perform works by Haydn, Mendelssohn and Shostakovich. Adult $25. Student $10.

Lunch will be available prior to the concert at 12:45 PM in the Menke House Dining Hall, by reservation only. Purchase meals when you purchase your concert tickets. The buffet-style pre-concert meal has become a favorite among concertgoers. Overnight accommodations are available on campus.

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2018-2019 August-to-April Concert Series2018-2019 August-to-April Concert Series

The 2018-2019 August-to-April Concert Series Events are listed below. Tickets are available online. Adult $25-$40. Student $10-$20.

Overnight accommodations are available on concert weekends. Call the office at 979-249-3129 or email reservations@festivalhill.org to reserve a room.

EVENTS:

   - Chamber Music Trio, Saturday, August 18, 2018, 3:00 PM
        Lunch at 12:45 PM (by reservation only)

   - Moores School Concert Chorale, Saturday, October......

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Note by Note - The Story of James Dick and Festival HillNote by Note - The Story of James Dick and Festival Hill

"For more than 40 years, James Dick has been quietly building a renowned musical mecca in Central Texas." The article, Note by Note, in the November/December 2017 issue of the Alcalde, official publication of the Texas Exes, goes on to say, "the original six acres that Dick bought have slowly grown into over 200 verdant acres. And then, of course, is the pièce de résistance: A grand, 1,000-seat concert hall with a steepled ceiling...

"Dick, BM '63, Life Member, Distinguished Alumnus, was raised on a farm in Kansas... After graduating from UT in 1963, and spending two Fulbright Fellowships at the Royal Academy of Music in London, Dick was beginning his concert career in full, picking up international music awards along the way... 'But I'd always loved to teach,' Dick says, 'I thought maybe there will be someplace we can find where we can invite some pianists to......

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