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Split Second Piano Duo Returns to Festival Hill August 20Split Second Piano Duo Returns to Festival Hill August 20

The Split Second Piano Duo will perform their remarkable piano synchrony in the Festival Concert Hall on Saturday, August 20, 2016 at 3:00 PM. Roberto Hidalgo and Marc Peloquin present a crowd-pleasing program, merging North American and Latin American influences. Adult $25. Student $10.

Program includes The Piper of Polmood by Victor Babin, dedicated to Robert Hunter Clarkson.

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2016-2017 August-to-April Concert Series2016-2017 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.

EVENTS:
   - Split Second Piano Duo, Saturday, August 20, 2016, 3:00 PM
   - Celil Refik Kaya Guitar Solo, Saturday, October 8, 2016, 3:00 PM
   - University of Texas Wind Ensemble, Jerry Junkin,......

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Festival Concert Hall... Peerless PerfectionFestival Concert Hall... Peerless Perfection

Quoting a recent article in Texas Farm & Home, "Its acoustics are nearly flawless. For a concert venue its architecture is almost perfect. From a performer’s perspective it is possibly the greatest concert hall in the United States... created by performing artists for performing artists.

"The concert hall, peerless in it's construction and quality, is the centerpiece of Festival Hill... During the summer musicians from around the world vie for the chance to come to Festival Hill and hone their talents so they can get the most from their musical abilities.

"It all began more than 40 years ago when famed concert pianist James Dick purchased six acres of land just north of Round Top, creating a place for music to flourish.

"The interior of the hall, which seats 1,000 people, is as much a work of art as the music performed upon its stage."

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