Saturday October 28, 2017
Moores School Concert Chorale
Dr. Betsy Cook Weber, director
August to April Series
Festival Concert Hall
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
The Moores School Concert Chorale is the University of Houston's premier large choral ensemble. The group has been under the direction of Betsy Cook Weber since 2002. Since that time the group has appeared as an invited choir before the 2004 national convention of the American Musicological Society, the 2005 and 2008 Texas Music Educators Association conventions, and the 2007 American Choral Directors Association national convention in Miami. The choralnet.org blog described their Miami performances as "absolutely outstanding" and "stunning."
University of Houston Moores School Concert Chorale
"If You're Gonna Play In Texas"
2nd European Choir Games & Grand Prix of Nations
Magdeburg, Germany, July 5 - 12, 2015
Adult $25. Student $10. General seating. Concert tickets will be held at the will call table on the West side of the concert hall. Doors open 1 hour prior to the concert. Tickets will also be available at the door. General seating.
"Visions and Voices of Festival Hill" Exhibition opens on Friday, October 27, 2017 at 7:00 PM. Over 30 well-known writers, poets and visual artists from the Round Top and Central Texas area will display their works on the campus of Round Top Festival Institute. Exhibition reopens at 1:00 PM on Saturday, October 28, and remains open until 5:00 PM. Read more...
Overnight accommodations are available on campus for this concert weekend.
Office/Information/Room Reservations: 979-249-3129
Concert Hall Location: 248 Jaster Rd, Round Top, TX 78954 Google Map #6 on Campus Map
|I - In Honor of Harvey|
|Draw Up the Water from the Well||James E. Clemens|
|Deep River||arr. Robert Shaw and Alice Parker|
|Down to the River to Pray||arr. Philip Lawson|
|Shenandoah||arr. James Erb|
|II - Missa Brevis|
|III - Americana|
|Didn't My Lord Deliver Daniel?||arr. Moses Hogan|
|I Got Shoes||arr. Robert Shaw and Alice Parker|
|If You're Gonna Play in Texas...||arr. Paul Hart|
|IV - Closing|
|Nunc dimittis||Pawel Lukaszewski|