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African American Music Gala
March 1

Christ Church Cathedral; 1117 Texas Avenue, Houston, TX

Friends of the Houston Ebony Opera Guild
P.O. Box 300996; Houston, TX 77230-0996
(713) 335-3800
Music: Classical
Duke, Dett and Three Premieres: A Concert of Works by Black Composers featuring highlights from Sacred Concerts by Duke Ellington, The Ordering of Moses by R. Nathaniel Dett, Spirituals arranged by Roland M. Carter and the world premiere of works by Roy Belfield, John L. Cornelius II, and Calvin Vincent Fuller, Jr. performed by the Houston Ebony Opera Guild Chorus, Roland M. Carter, guest conductor and DeVonne Gardner, guest soloist.

Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra Season
March 1

Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center; 2301 Flora Street, Dallas, TX 75201

Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra
Chuck Moore
3630 Harry Hines Blvd.; Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 528-7747
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
Dallas- The world-renowned Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra has a full season of concerts during the 2014-2015 season. The top ensemble, the GDYO, brings together 115 of the DFW area's best high school musicians. This season is particularly special because the ensemble is preparing for a 2015 tour of China. Scott Cantrell of the Dallas Morning News has said that "Dallas should be proud to have such ambassadors" and "...lucky are these kids to be initiated into symphonic music in so professional an environment. Even the ones who don't go on to performing careers will be passionate and knowledgeable and demanding audiences of tomorrow." On March 1, 2015 at 7:30pm, Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra will feature a young virtuoso. Each year, the GDYO program offers concerto competitions for four of the ensembles, including the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra. These competitions cultivate solo performance, encourage personal excellence, and acknowledge the high degree of talent and hard work exhibited by individual musicians in the program. Dallas area professional musicians will judge the orchestra members at their competition in early September, 2014. The winner of the competition will be featured on this concert, along with Barber's Overture to the School for Scandal, Respighi's Ancient Airs and Dances Set III, Shostakovich's Symphony No. 9.

Salon Concerts Concert Season
March 1 - 2

Private homes and Scottish Rite Theater; 207 West 18th Street, Austin, TX

Salon Concerts
P.O. Box 163501; Austin, TX 78716
(512) 402-2516
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
All concerts are presented on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and on Monday at 7 p.m. Concerts are followed by an elegant dinner of of hors d’oeuvres and wines. Each concert pair is held in a beautiful private home in Austin. Directions are sent by email to ticket purchasers the week before the concert. The Miró Quartet (Daniel Ching, violin; William Fedkenheuer, violin; John Largess, viola; and Joshua Gindele, cello). Music of Ludwig van Beethoven.

Society of Texas Entertainment Professionals Confab
March 1-2

Houston, TX

Society of Texas Entertainment Professionals
C.W. Kendall
Grapevine, TX 76051-5344
(817) 552-9200; (903) 882-8586
Activities: Trade show/convention
You're invited to join us in Houston, Texas this year for Educational Seminars. Featuring discussions on Business Solutions, Politics and more…. Networking with Industry Peers and our incredible Entertainment Showcase/Pub Crawl.

Texas Western Swing Fiddling Showcase
March 1

Bell County Expo Center; 301 West Loop 121, Exit 292, Belton, TX

Texas Western Saving Heritage Association
Roye Nell Love, Tourism Director
5290 South I-35; Belton, TX 76513
(254) 939-3551; (254) 939-8390
Music: Country, Cowboy, Swing
Activities: Music festival, Dinner and Dance, Fiddling
The Texas Western Swing Fiddling Showcase's 2012 performers include Dave Alexander with featured fiddlers and musicians: Bobby Flores and the Yellow Rose Band, Ricky Turpin, Brooke Wallace Deaton and the Austin Lake Travis ISD Fiddlers.Our mission is to promote and preserve Texas Western Swing music heritage by providing and entertaining an educational Western Swing Showcase.

Sammons Jazz Spring Series ~ 2
March 4

Sammons Center for the Arts; 3630 Harry Hines Boulevard, Dallas

Sammons Center for the Arts
Joanna St. Angelo
3630 Harry Hines Blvd.; Dallas, TX 75219
(214) 520-7789
Music: Jazz
Sammons Jazz is the only regular ongoing jazz performance series in the Dallas-Fort Worth area featuring local jazz artists. If you enjoy jazz, you'll probably enjoy this showcase of local jazz artists in an intimate, relaxed, non-commercial and smoke-free setting . . . and at a nominal price for the evening! Sammons Jazz performances are developed around a theme (for example, a be-bop night or a jazz vocal night) and feature two performing groups; the fall series of Sammons Jazz runs from September through December; the spring series from February through May; Doors open at 7:00 p.m. and the show begins at 7:30, ending by 10:00 p.m; there is a short intermission between the two groups; and many patrons appreciate the smoke-free environment of Sammons Jazz. Refreshments and valet parking included in ticket price. As an adjunct to Sammons Jazz, the Center has started a new series called Sammons Cabaret, taking place on the third Thursday of each month from February-May. See web site for details.

Big Nac Music Festival ~ 2
March 5-8

Nacogdoches, TX; Located 150 miles north of Houston via U.S. 59

Nacogdoches Convention & Visitors Bureau Office
200 East Main; Nacogdoches, TX 75961
(936) 564-7351; 888-OLDEST-TOWN
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Rock
Activities: Music festival
The Big Nac Music Festival will feature over 40 bands across multiple genres – including country, rock blues, bluegrass and more – in 4 different venues in downtown Nacogdoches. There will also be free day shows and children’s activities throughout the weekend. Tickets go on sale mid September.

Fulton Oysterfest
March 5-8

Fulton Navigation Park; Fulton Beach Road, Fulton, TX

Fulton Volunteer Fire Department
Becky Mays
P.O. Box 393; Fulton, TX 78358
(361) 463-9955; (361) 463-9955
Music: Country
Activities: Music festival
Oysterfest is sponsored by the Fulton Volunteer Fire Department. Oysterfest proceeds are the major source of funding for life-saving and firefighting equipment in the community. Fulton Oysterfest includes men and women’s raw oyster eating contests, oyster shucking contest, live music, parade on Saturday, carnival, arts & crafts booths, food booths, beer garden and more. Musical entertainment this year includes: Sons of Texas, James Edwards & the Midnight Ramblers, Riptide, TK & Bandana Rose, Whiskey Bent, Purple Sage, Mike Sydow & Western Union, Kelly Kenning, Backwoods, Dottsy and Heather Myles. Sunday morning entertainment will be Bailey Family and Song of Glory. Come join us in Fulton for a fun-filled weekend!!

National Accordion Convention ~ 2
March 5, 6, 7

Southfork Hotel and Conference Center; 1600 North Central Expressway, Plano, TX

National Accordion Association, Inc.
Greg Klugiewicz, Convention Chair
P.O. Box 2298; Allen, TX 75013
(214) 938-5984; (214) 538-5651
Music: Big Band, Bluegrass, Cajun/Zydeco, Folk/Acoustic, Polka, Tejano
Activities: Music festival, Trade show/convention
Accordion training, instruction, workshops, performance techniques, educational how-tos. All levels and age groups of accordion enthusiasts are invited. Accordion ensembles and orchestra. Evening events are open to the public. They include accordion performances and (accordion) orchestral concerts. Dance instructions in various styles will be taught. All musical styles will be explored: big band, bluegrass, blues, Cajun, folk, rock, acoustic accordion, electronic accordion, polka, conjunto, tejano. Accordion dealers, trade representatives, repair workers, accessories, and sales. Related electronics equipment will be displayed, demonstrated, and offered. New/used equipment swap shop. Don’t want to fly with your accordion? Not a problem, we have accordions for rent this year.

Out of the Loop Fringe Festival
March 5-15

Addison Theatre Centre; 15650 Addison Road, Addison, TX

Water Tower Theatre
Brandon Weinbrenner
15650 Addison Road; Addison, TX 75001
(972) 450-6232
Music: Jazz, Pop
Activities: Music festival
The Out of the Loop Festival provides opportunities for existing and emerging theatre, dance and music companies and artists to present work that may vary in form and presentation from their typical content. Regional and Dallas-based artists in theatre, dance, music, comedy, puppetry, and poetry will be presented side by side throughout the festival. Festival passes, good for one admission into each event, are available by calling 972-450-6232.

Somervell County PRCA Rodeo
March 5-7

Expo Center; 202 Bo Gibbs Drive, Glen Rose, TX

Somervell County Horse Show and Rodeo Association
Terry Starnes, Event Coordinator
P.O. Box 8; Glen Rose, TX 76043
(254) 897-4171; (254) 897-4509
Music: Country
Activities: Rodeo
Somervell County PRCA Rodeo features some of the world's greatest professional cowboys and cowgirls in competition and great country music. Some of the exciting events will be bronco riding, bull riding, calf roping, barrel racing, rodeo clowns, goat milking and of course Mutton Bustin. The Mutton Buston' will be at 7:00pm each night. Mutton Bustin' Contestants must weigh 50 pounds or less. Sign-ups at Rodeo at 6:00pm, limited to first 25 each night -- $10 entry fee. Rodeo performance 7:30 p.m. each night with top professional cowboys & cowgirls. Great Action! Thrills, Spills & Fun!

Dallas Bach Society Concert Season
March 6-7

Residences in Flower Mound and Dallas

Dallas Bach Society
Yoori Marti, Executive Director
P.O. Box 140201; Dallas, TX 75214
(682) 325-2224
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
A Baroque Flute Wine Tour. Private Residences in Flower Mound and Dallas. Baroque flutist Tamara Meredith plays a concert of music from favorite wine venues across Europe, to be accompanied by a sampling of these vintages.

North Texas Irish Festival
March 6-8

Fair Park, Dallas, TX; 1300 Robert B Cullum Blvd, Dallas, TX

Southwest Celtic Music Association
Marsha Singer, Director
7324 Gaston No. 124-382; Dallas, TX 75214
(214) 823-4370
Music: Folk/Acoustic, Celtic, Irish
Activities: Music festival, Arts & Crafts
Three day festival celebrating Celtic music, dance, food and beverage. Live music on 13 stages; Urchin Street kids area, horse demos and activities; culinary demos, craft beer sampling, whiskey tasting and much more.

Austin Classical Guitar International Concert Series
March 7

GT Austin; 2700 Northland Drive, Austin, TX

Austin Classical Guitar
P.O. Box 4072; Austin, TX 78765
(512) 300-2247
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
It’s quite possible: there’s no more fun duo to watch than guitar and bandoneon tango masters Giampaolo Bandini and Cesare Chiachiaretta! Anton Baranov Saturday, November 8th, 2014 at GT Austin. For the third straight year, ACG enthusiastically welcomes a young Russian virtuoso to our International Series, fresh from winning the Guitar Foundation of America International Competition – the classical guitar world’s most prestigious. The Lodger Friday & Saturday January 16th-17th at the Alamo Drafthouse Superstar cellist Bion Tsang joins the Texas Guitar Quartet to perform live the world premiere of an original silent film score by ACG Composer in Residence Joseph V. Williams II, created to accompany cinematic giant Alfred Hitchock’s early silent masterpiece, The Lodger. Beijing Guitar Duo Saturday, March 7th, 2015 at GT Austin. Fabulous artistry, enthralling precision, gorgeous interpretation–legend has it that the Beijing Guitar Duo plays so perfectly together that they sound like one person. How Little You Are Saturday, April 18th, 2015 at Bass Concert Hall. ACG is proud to work with Conspirare and Texas Performing Arts in an unprecedented performance collaboration of a new work by Nico Muhly. This world premiere performance, written for voices and guitars, will be conducted by Craig Hella Johnson, Conspirare’s artistic director, and will feature the LA Guitar Quartet, Dublin Guitar Quartet, and Texas Guitar Quartet. The program begins with a performance by the Conspirare Youth Choir and Austin Classical Guitar Youth Orchestra!

Big City Music Revue Presents: Malt Shop Memories, Back to the 50's
March 7, 21

Granbury Live Theatre; 114 North Crockett Street

Big City Music Revue
114 North Crockett Street; Granbury, TX 76048
(855) 823-5550
This 50's show will take you back to memories of your past…you will be tapping your toes, singing along and fighting the urge to get up and dance down the aisles. The greatest hits and the funniest characters. Make plans to attend!

Jackson Street Market Days
March 7

Jackson Street; Between Fourth and Commerce

Jackson Street Market Days / The Antique Emporium
June Ramirez
123 East Jackson; Harlingen, TX 78550
(956) 423-4041
Music: Blues, Folk/Acoustic, Rock
Activities: Arts and crafts
Jackson Street Market Days is an old-fashioned, open air market featuring antiques, collectibles, jewelry, crafts, plants, and more. Food vendors and live music too. Free and open to the public from 9 am - 3 pm.

Sherwood Forest Faire
March 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29

Sherwood Forest; 1883 Old Hwy 20, McDade TX

P.O. Box 10816; Houston, TX 77206
(512) 222-6680
Music: Celtic
Activities: Music festival
Welcome to Sherwood Forest Faire! Here ye may know that thou art under the protection of King Richard the Lionheart and his bold ally Robin Hood. Alas! In this the year of our Lord 1193, the good King must take his leave again, and must choose the right person to whom he will relinquish his royal seal, that they may rule England in his absence. But never fear, for whomsoever the king chooses, Robin Hood and his Merry Band will keep an eye on the Royal Seal, for as always they shall put chivalry and justice above all on this fine Faire day. We shall celebrate the King’s departure at this, our 5th annual Sherwood Forest Faire in Nottinghamshire, where you shall encounter pirates, knights, tinkers, jesters, royalty, beggars, and a myriad of fantastical creatures. Medieval bards and players have come to fill the stages of the forest with music, juggling, magic, and storytelling; and the market is filled with crafters and tradesmen of the shire, plying their trades with unique wares to sell at the long awaited Faire. There are hand-made crafts of clothing, jewelry, weaponry, leatherwork, and much more for shopping. For sporting folk, there shall be full-contact jousting, hand-to-hand combat tournaments, archery, sword fighting, ax throwing, and falconry. Finally, the wee ones will enjoy the Rides & Games as well as face painting, puppet shows, pony rides, the famous Fairy Tea Party, as well as several musical and comedy performances at the Faery Forest Stage in Sherwood’s children’s area Once Upon a Time… So lift up your cares and join us while we eat, drink, and make merry for the Springtime at our joyous Sherwood Forest Faire!

Temple Symphony Orchestra Season
March 7, 28, April 25

Mary Alice Marshall Performing Arts Center, Temple College; 2600 South First Street, Temple

Temple Symphony Orchestra
Rick Thomssen
100 West Adams Ave; Temple, TX 76501-7644
(254) 534-4101
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
Temple Symphony Orchestra founded in 1994 will begin its 21st season of performances on September 13, 2014 with “Great Beginnings” featuring W. A. Mozart: Overture to Die Zauberflöte, K. 620, Ludwig Van Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 4 Op 58 G Major featuring Frances Renzi, pianist and Felix Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 Op. 90 A Major (Italian). October 25, 2014 features finalists from 2013 International Van Cliburn Piano Competition. December 6, 2014 is our Holiday concert: The Many Moods of Christmas featuring the Temple College Chorale and the San Gabriel Chorus. March 7, 2015 is our Family Pops concert: Gershwin and Friends with American in Paris and Rhapsody in Blue featuring Jeff Helmer, pianist. March 28, 2015 features the Temple Jazz Orchestra (repertoire TBA). April 25, 2015 is our Season Finale and selections include Ludwig van Beethoven: Fidelio Overture Op. 72c, Alexander Arutunian: Trumpet Concerto featuring Dave Scott, trumpet and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 5 in E minor, Op. 64.

Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral
March 8

San Fernando Cathedral; 115 Main Plaza, San Antonio, TX 78205

Musical Bridges Around the World
Sarah B. Gabriel, Office Manager
23705 Interstate Highway 10 West No. 101; San Antonio, TX 78257
(210) 464-1534; (210) 900-3081
Activities: Concert season
The Musical Evenings at San Fernando Cathedral are free and open to the public. The Musical Evenings will feature one of a kind musical collaborations. These wonderful performances will take place in the oldest cathedral in the nation, in the heart of downtown San Antonio. All listeners are invited to meet the artists at the catered dessert reception following every concert. Serbian born virtuoso lutenist Slobodan Vujisic and the baroque ensemble Austin Troubadours in period costumes with authentic instruments perform dance and songs of Medieval and Renaissance Europe.

San Antonio Folk Dance Festival
March 12, 13, 14, 15

International Folk Culture Center at Our Lady of the Lake University; 411 South West 24th Street, San Antonio, TX

Texas International Folk Dancers
Lissa Bengtson, President TIFD
1343 West Lullwood Avenue; San Antonio, TX 78201
(210) 867-0692
Music: World Beat
Activities: Music festival, Street dance
A weekend of international folk dance instruction by world-renowned teachers, plus an exciting stage performance in OLLU’s Thiry Auditorium on Saturday night. Festival features free Thursday night performance at Arneson River Theater, instructional dance workshops Friday, Saturday and Sunday, concert dance performance on Saturday night in Thiry Auditorium at OLLU.

Tejano Music Awards Fan Fair ~ 2
March 12-14

Lila Cockrell Theatre; 200 East Market, San Antonio, TX

Texas Talent Musicians Association
Felix Mendoza
P.O. Box 761358; San Antonio, TX 78245-6358
(210) 710-7512; (210) 224-7592
Music: Tejano
Activities: Awards show
The Texas Talent Musicians Association (TTMA), producers of the 34th Annual Tejano Music Awards (TMA’s), have announced Saturday, September 20, 2014 as the official date for this year’s awards show. This will mark its 34th year as the only major and longest-running event to recognize the Tejano music genre. This year, the Lila Cockrell Theatre will be the stage where fans can expect a spectacular show that promises many surprises, exciting musical collaborations, and of course recognition of Tejano’s best and brightest stars. This year's Special Lifetime Achievement Award honorees include Jimmy Edward, from the original Latin Breed and Bobby Butler aka “El Charro Negro”, from Tortilla Factory. Both gentlemen are considered musical trendsetters for their originality that spearheaded the growth of Tejano Music in the 1970s. Artists scheduled to perform Elida y Avante, Emilio Navaira, Shelly Lares, Solido, David Marez, Los Desperadoz, Stephanie Lynn, Jaime y Los Chamacos, Ricardo Castillon y La Diferencia, Stefani Montiel, Sunny Sauceda, Lucky Joe, Eddie Gonzalez, Dj Kane & Ricky Rick y Stereo Kumbia, Tortilla Factory and a special performance from the Netherlands Dwayne Verheyden and many more artists to be announced.

Texas Steel Guitar Association Jamboree
March 12-15

Sheraton Grand Hotel-DFW; 4440 West John Carpenter Freeway at Esters Road

Texas Steel Guitar Association
Albert Talley, President
2500 West Henderson Street; Cleburne, TX 76033
(817) 558-3481
Music: Country, Cowboy, Gospel, Jazz, Western Swing
Activities: Music festival, Trade show/convention
The TSGA is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting steel guitar music, performance, and education in Texas, the United States, and the world! The Jamboree brings together steel guitarists and enthusiasts in a concert setting with education and product availability from the top manufacturer's in the steel guitar industry.

Young Texas Artists Music Competition
March 12-14

Crighton Theatre; 236 North Main Street, Conroe, TX

Montgomery County Performing Arts Society
Susie Pokorski, Chairman
P.O. Box 448; Conroe, TX 77305
(615) 414-5135; (936) 756-7017
Music: Classical
Activities: Awards show, Singing contests, Classical instrumental and voice competition
The Young Texas Artists Music Competition, an official music competition of the State of Texas, is a multidisciplinary classical music competition for ages 18-30 (20-32 for singers). Over $20,000 in prizes and performance opportunities are available for winners in divisions of piano, voice, strings and winds, brass, percussion, harp, and guitar.

D'Vine Wine on the Square Presents: Music, Massage and Merlot
March 13, 27

D'Vine Wine on the Square; 107 East Bridge Street

D'Vine Wine on the Square
Granbury, TX 76048
(817) 573-7200
Come on in and enjoy our great selection of over 20 fine wines. Listen to great music, enjoy a massage ($1 per minute) or all three. Or you can make your own wine, bottle it, create your own label. A great place for parties, weddings, birthdays, showers and more. Call for more information. We're are closed on Mondays. Music, Massage and Merlot occurs on the 2nd and Last Friday of each month.

New Myths Festival
March 13, 14, 15

108 East San Antonio Street

Ballroom Marfa
108 East San Antonio Street, P.O. Box 1661; Marfa, TX 79843
(432) 729-3600
Music: Country, Folk/Acoustic
New Myths is a cultural program taking place March 13-15, 2015 in Marfa, Texas. Curated by New York based music label Mexican Summer and co-presented with Ballroom Marfa, New Myths features artists from within and outside of the Mexican Summer and Software Recording Co. rosters working creatively and collaboratively across music, cinema and visual arts contexts.

Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show ~ 2
March 13-22

Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show Grounds; 1000 North Texas

Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show
Sam Magee
P.O. Box 867; Mercedes, TX 78570
(956) 565-2456
Music: Country, Tejano
Activities: Concert season, County fair, Rodeo, Parade
The Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show, Inc. chartered in 1940, is a nonprofit organization. Its purpose is to help educate and develop young people, particularly in the Lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas, in the care, grooming, management, showing and marketing of livestock. Funds to operate the Show come solely from donations, revenues realized from gate, carnival receipts, commercial exhibit rental, entry and concession fees. Hundreds of volunteers from throughout Hidalgo, Cameron, Willacy and Starr Counties, working without any financial compensation whatsoever, make the Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show possible.

South by Southwest Music and Media Conference (SXSW)
March 13-22

Austin Convention Center; 500 East First Street, Austin, TX

South By Southwest, Inc.
Roland Swenson
P.O. Box 685289; Austin, TX 78765
(512) 467-7979
Music: A cappella, Ambient, Americana, Big Band, Bluegrass, Cajun/Zydeco, Children's, Classical, Country, Cover/Tribute, Dance/Electronic, Folk/Acoustic, Gospel, Jazz, Latin/Spanish, Mariachi, Metal, New Age, Polka, Pop, Punk, Soul/R&B, Rap/Hip Hop, Reggae, Regional Mexican, Rock, Rockabilly, Tejano, Western Swing, World Beat
Activities: Music festival, Trade show/convention
The South by Southwest Music and Media Conference (SXSW) is a five-day professional meeting held every March in Austin for members of the regional, national, and international music industry. The daytime sessions--attended by more than 16,000 registrants includes scores of panels, workshops and other meetings covering relevant music industry topics and issues as well as a large multi-industry trade show exhibition. Evenings are devoted to the SXSW Music Festival, which showcases over 2000 acts -- from unsigned hopefuls to rising major label acts. Following the business, the event is capped by a Sunday afternoon, Texas-styled barbecue and softball tournament.

Murphy’s St. Patrick’s Day River Parade & Festival
March 14-15

Arneson River Theatre; On the Riverwalk, San Antonio, TX

Paseo Del Rio and Harp and Shamrock Society of Texas
Carolyn Dowd
P.O. Box 15306; San Antonio, TX 78212
(210) 227-4262
Music: Folk/Acoustic, Irish, Celtic
Activities: Music festival, Parade
The Annual River Parade will be on St. Patrick's Day March 17, 2013. The fun will begin at the Arneson River. Parade starts at 3 p.m. winding down the San Antonio River along the River Walk. Behind the barges can be seen the bright green water making the San Antonio River, "The River Shannon" for the day. At the Arneson River Theater the barge people will disembark and the official ceremony will begin. There will be bagpipes, color guards, proclamations, Irish music and dance. The Paseo del Rio Association and the Harp and Shamrock Society of Texas jointly bring this event to the citizens of San Antonio.

Round Top August To April Series ~ 2
March 14

Festival Concert Hall; 248 Jaster Road, Round Top

The International Festival-Round Top Festival Institute
The James Dick Foundation
P.O. Box 89; Round Top, TX 78954-0089
(979) 249-3129; (979) 249-3086
Music: A cappella, Americana, Classical, Folk/Acoustic, Jazz, Latin/Spanish
Activities: Concert season, Music festival
The 2015-2016 August-to-April Series presents James Dick, Founder and Artistic Director of Round Top Festival Institute. He will perform a Solo Piano Concert on Saturday, March 14, 2015 at 3:00 pm. The program includes works by Menotti, Beethoven, Poulenc and Ginastera. Recognized as one of the truly important pianists of his generation, Steinway artist James Dick has brought to life the works of classical composers for audiences from New York Carnegie Hall to Academic Capelle in St. Petersburg, Russia. His playing melds modern-day energy and technique with an Old World graciousness and civility, resulting in a passionate sound that keeps audiences engrossed. Doors open at 2:00 p.m. for general seating. Tickets are available online. Concert ticket prices range from $25 to $30 for adults. All student tickets are $10. A buffet dinner will be served in the Menke House Dining Hall at 6:00 PM. By reservation only. Take advantage of this opportunity to meet the internationally renowned concert pianist who not only founded Round Top Festival Institute, but also designed the acoustically-astounding Festival Concert Hall! Purchase dinner reservations online or call the office. Forum registration is available online as information becomes available. Lunch is available prior to four of the concerts. Overnight accommodations are available during all concert and forum events.

Scottish-Irish Faire
March 14-15

Horseshoe Arena; 2002 Cotton Flat Road

Celtic Heritage Society of the Permian Basin
Faire Director
P.O. Box 7144; Midland, TX 79708-7144
(432) 559-5155; (432) 262-6169
Music: Folk/Acoustic, Celtic Rock, Scottish-Irish
Activities: Music festival, Children's Activities, Dog Events
Open to the public, this is the oldest and largest Irish/Scottish/Welsh/Celtic music and cultural event in the Permian Basin. Vendors of all sorts of Celtic items: Clothing, Irish wools & linens, Jewelry, Musical Instruments, Toys, Art, Military Reproductions, Family & Clan Histories & Crests, Celtic figurines, Celtic foods and more; lots of food and drink; Clan Tents; McBassett Celtic Dog Parade, Celtic Breed Parade; Children's Activities, and Face painting etc.; Live Scottish and Irish/Celtic Music all weekend; Scottish Highland Dancers, Scottish Country Dancers, Irish Dancers; Genealogy Workshops, Workshops on Fiddle, Tinwhistle, Bagpipes, Irish Dance, Gaelic and many more. Friday Night March 7th, Patrons, Sponsors and Advertisers Preview Party. Celtic Concert at 7:00 p.m. Lots More to be announced! There's something for everybody!

Second Saturdays
March 14

Historic Downtown McKinney; 111 North Tennessee Street, McKinney, TX 75069

McKinney Main Street
Merry Canter - McKinney Main Street Assistant
111 North Tennessee Street; McKinney, TX 75069
(972) 547-2660
Music: Bluegrass, Blues, Country, Cover/Tribute, Jazz, Rock, Rockabilly
Activities: Music festival, food, art
Come to Historic Downtown McKinney and enjoy an evening of art, music and wine! Explore the local art galleries, listen to great local and regional talent and taste some of the areas best eateries. Many places in Downtown McKinney will keep their doors open from 7 - 10 p.m. every 2nd Saturday of the Month.

Seymour's Texas Independence and Heritage Day Celebration
March 14

Historic Downtown Seymour; Seymour, TX

Texas Independence Day Celebration and Living History Exhibits
Sis Hammack, Chairman
3874 CR 416; Seymour, TX 76380
(940) 889-6638; (940) 889-3148
Music: Country, Folk/Acoustic, Polka
Activities: Awards show, Concert season, Fiddling contests, Street dance, Cowboy Poetry, Arts and Crafts, Cook Off, Parade
Seymour’s Texas Independence & Heritage Day Celebration will highlight living history exhibits depicting the early settlement of the community. Staged in historic downtown Seymour, the one-day event will last from 10-3. Enjoy a free ride on a draft horse drawn wagon to tour our historic downtown area. Perhaps you would prefer accepting the challenge from the Lead and Lace reinactors to a Quick Draw contest. The Dutch Ovens are serving coffee, cobbler, and delish breads all day, but you can also enjoy some Kettle Corn, Roasted Corn, or homemade tamales from some of the many vendors. Our world renown dinosaur museum, along with our Baylor County History Museums have free admission that day! Come to the Auditorium to hear Seymour Munday, a drover during the days of the Great Western Cattle Trail, perform some Living History, followed by the Eagle Flats Brats Dulcimer group and some cowboy poetry. This year we are having the beautiful Kiowa Indians dancers and two squares of the Red River Square Dancing Club perform! Participate in a 42 domino tournament, throw some washers, visit the quilt show & Art exhibit, or listen to great music all located in front of City Hall 310 N Washington. Don't be late because the day kicks off with the beautiful Santa Rosa Palomino Club in all their Texas finest regalia, followed by 17 riders bearing the flags that have flown over the battlefields of our state as she gained her independence.

Star of Texas Fair & Rodeo / Rodeo Austin
March 14-28

Travis County Expo Center; 7311 Decker Lane, Austin, TX

Star of Texas
Bucky Lamb
9100 Decker Lake Road; Austin, TX 78724
(512) 919-3000
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Cowboy, Folk/Acoustic, Latin Pop, Pop, Regional Mexican, Rock, Rockabilly, Tejano
Activities: County fair, Cowboy poetry, Fiddling contests, Rodeo
The Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo, a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization, contributes over $1.5 million annually to the youth of Texas with the help of over 2,800 volunteers, donors and sponsors. Through its acclaimed Livestock Show, Fair, and Rodeo, the Star of Texas continues to work towards the advancement of its mission, Promoting Youth Education - Preserving Western Heritage. In 2008 STFR awarded $337,000 in scholarships to students in Texas. Go to for more information!

Heart of Texas Rockfest
March 17-22

6th Street Entertainment District; Austin, TX

Adam Brewer - founder / organizer
814 E 45th St; Austin, TX 78746
(323) 440-2802; Fax
Music: Country, Folk/Acoustic, Pop, Punk, Rap/Hip Hop
Activities: Music festival
The event is strategically scheduled to coincide with Austin’s annual South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Media, Film and Music Festival. Now in its 15th year, the 2014 Heart of Texas ROCKFEST will boast more than 200 indie acts in several nightclubs and bars and also on their enormous downtown outdoor stages. ROCKFEST has played host to bands like Tom Morello, George Lynch, Blue October, Ghostland Observatory, Pepper, Bob Schneider, Gary Clark Jr, Kenny Aronoff, Dirty Heads, Fair to Midland, Candlebox, Alien Ant Farm, Twisted Sister and many more.

Nederland Heritage Festival
March 17-22

Main Street; 1500 Boston Avenue, Nederland, TX

Nederland Heritage Festival Foundation, Inc.
Wanda Hollier, Manager
P.O. Box 1176; Nederland, TX 77627
(409) 724-2269
Music: Cajun/Zydeco, Country, Jazz, Rock
Activities: County fair, Singing contests, Arts & Crafts, Car Show, Cook-off
Nederland Heritage Festival is a homecoming, six-day block party with every civic organization involved. We are the last free festival in Southeast Texas. Every night there is a different type of music, from Cajun, R&B, and country, to rock and roll. Activities include booths, a crafts market, chili cook-off, petting zoo, free entertainment, motorcycle show, carnival, and the best food in Southeast Texas (all homemade).

Rio Frio Fest
March 17-21

House Pasture Cattle Company; 2 River Road Concan, TX

Dickson Productions
6425 S. IH 35, Suite 150, PMB No. 293; Austin, TX 78744
(512) 295-3300; 1-888-754-8447 or (512) 295-3300
Music: Americana, Bluegrass, Blues, Country, Folk/Acoustic, Pop, Rock
Activities: Music festival
If you are looking for a fun spring break week then you need to look no further than this right here. Dickson Productions presents Rio Frio Fest. If you are wanting a vacation just a few hours down the road from San Angelo then here is a festival of fun for you to enjoy with some of the greatest acts in Texas Music. What is Rio Frio Fest? Well you see if you took Randy Rogers Band Sake of the Song Festival and added the 1st Annual Fowler Frio Fest you will come up with Rio Frio Fest. This week long celebration embodies the different side of music that Texas has become to love and be known for with performances from Bri Bagwell, Cody Johnson, Whiskey Myers, Kyle Park, and more you are guaranteed to have a great time.

Come and Taste It at the Grapevine
March 19, April 16, May 21, June 18, July 16, August 20, September 17, October 15, November 19, December 17

The Grapevine at Gruene Historic District; Gruene, TX

Gruene Historic District
Nicole Heath, Party & Events Coordinator
1601 Hunter Road; New Braunfels, TX 78130
(830) 629-5077; (830) 606-0093
Music: Americana, Folk/Acoustic, Jazz
COME AND TASTE IT. Sample Texas’ best wines and craft brews at The Grapevine in Gruene Historic District. On the third Thursday of each month throughout the year (except January), a featured winemaker showcases three of their newest released, top-selling or hardest to find wines, alongside a craft brew hand-picked by The Grapevine staff. The complimentary tastings are held on the patio and garden of this popular tasting room. Samples of food that is offered for sale will be provided, and each event features live music and three prize giveaways. This is a great opportunity to learn directly from the winery and The Grapevine staff, engage with other visitors interested in wine and beer and enjoy the natural surroundings and all the other offerings of Gruene Historic District. For more information, visit or call (830) 606-0093.

Symphony Arlington
March 19

Arlington Music Hall; 224 North Center Street, Arlington, TX

Symphony Arlington
Bethany Thomey, General Manager
P.O. Box 202051; Arlington, TX 76006
(817) 385-0484
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
From 18th century pioneers like Vivaldi and Corelli to modern masters such as Puccini and Respighi, Italian composers have enchanted us with melodies as rich as fettuccini alfredo and rhythms as seductive as a vintage Brunello. Italian sunshine and Mediterranean breezes have also beckoned to composers from other lands: Berlioz’ Paganini-inspired Harold in Italy, and Tchaikovsky’s folk music fantasy Capriccio Italien, to name but a few. This season Symphony Arlington will bring you masterworks by these composers and many more, all in celebration of Italy’s glorious and enduring musical heritage. The 15th Anniversary Season will feature guest artists such as pianist Lindsay Garritson performing Rachmaninoff's Rhapsody of a Theme by Paganini and Antonio di Cristofano performing Schumann's Piano Concerto in A Minor. Symphony Arlington will also feature Paul Silverthorne, Principal Viola of the London Symphony performing Paganini's Sonata per la Gran' Viola è Orchestra and Berlioz – Harold in Italy!

Jazz Wine Trains
March 20, 21

Cotton Belt Depot; 705 South Main Street, Grapevine, TX

Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau
636 South Main Street; Grapevine, TX 76051
(817) 410-3185
Music: Jazz
There’s nothing like good jazz, fine wine and a trip back in time. This one-of-a-kind wine tasting experience will showcase some of the best wines from Grapevine's winery tasting rooms. This event features wine, a delicious box dinner and live jazz entertainment in each car. So grab your girlfriends or that someone special for a truly unique night out on the town! Tickets are $59 and include a box dinner, entertainment, souvenir wine glass and wine from each participating winery. Two trips to choose from.

Refugio County Fair & Rodeo
March 20-28

Refugio County Fairgrounds; 106 Fairground Road, Refugio, TX

Refugio County Fair Association
Will Ramirez, Board Member
P.O. Box 88; Refugio, TX 78377
(361) 319-0061
Music: Country, Tejano
Activities: County fair, Rodeo, Trade show/convention, Arts and Crafts, Parade
We are honored to be hosting the 65th Annual Refugio County Fair and Rodeo March 19 – 22, 2014. Our fair is truly a treasure with a rich history of serving the youth and communities within Refugio County. This year we look forward to another four days of fun, education, and entertainment.

South Texas Polka and Sausage Festival
March 20-22

Knights of Columbus Hall; 321 U.S. Highway 77 South

Knights of Columbus
Linda Pavliska
P.O. Box 46; Hallettsville, TX 77964
(361) 798-5430; (361) 798-2311
Music: Polka
Activities: Music festival
- a Polka Mass, Czech food, dancing, live polka music, and a hobo band concert. Events: Friday 5:00 p.m. FISH FRY at the Hall (Dine In or Plates to Go); from 6 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. is the Texas Legacy Czech Band and The Moravians (Young college group you need to hear). Saturday 3:00 p.m. – POLKA MASS at the Knights of Columbus Hall featuring St. Mary’s Czech Singers; meal to be served beginning at 4:00 p.m., dance 5:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. with Dujka Brothers and Jodi Mikula Orchestra. Sunday - Meal begins at 10:30 a.m. – Serving throughout the afternoon - 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Shiner Hobo Band; 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. – BATTLE DANCE with concert at 4:30 to 5:00 p.m. featuring The Red Ravens, The Czechaholics, and The Ennis Czech Boys. All proceeds benefit Knights of Columbus fund for Sacred Heart School Athletic Program. “A fun filled weekend with great Czech food, music and dancing for the ENTIRE family in a small town atmosphere.” Come meet up with old friends or come make new friends either way a good time will be had by all..

Azalea Festival
March 21

Courthouse Square; Downtown Jasper, TX

Jasper/Lake Sam Rayburn Area Chamber of Commerce
Liz Street, Special Events Coordinator
246 East Milam; Jasper, TX 75951
(409) 384-2762
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Folk/Acoustic
Activities: Awards show, Poetry contest
The Azalea Festival is held each year on the third Saturday in March. It is a day long event that includes arts and crafts, live entertainment, activities for everybody in the family and so much more! We also have our Annual Azalea Trail that takes visitors on a tour of some of the most beautiful Azalea blooms in our city. They begin to bloom in the middle of March and stay for about a month. For more information on the events of our festival or if you are interested in being involved, please contact our Chamber Office at (409)384-2762.

Green Apple Concert Series: An Evening with Carolyn Wonderland
March 21

Green Apple Art Center; 301 South Main Street, Eden, TX

Eden’s Green Apple Art Center
Celina Hemmeter
P.O. Box 915; Eden, TX 76837
(325) 869-2211
Music: Americana, Folk/Acoustic
Activities: Awards show, Concert season, County fair, Cowboy poetry, Fiddling contests, Music festival, Rodeo, Singing contests, Songwriting contests, Street dance, Trade show/convention, arts and crafts. cook off, parade
The Green Apple Art Center in Eden, Texas has become one of the best listening venues in West Texas. Our third year of concerts begins in March 2015 and a concert is held once a month through fall. A unique family friendly facility seats 150 which ensures an intimate experience.

Jazz on Main
March 21

Sugar Hill Café; 115 S Main Street Farmersville, TX

Farmersville Main Street
Adah Leah Wolf
205 S. Main Street; Farmersville, TX 75442
972-784-6846; Fax Adah Leah Wolf
Music: Jazz
Activities: Music festival
The first annual Farmersville Jazz on Main Festival will be held downtown on March 21, 2015, organized in honor of Farmersville native and renowned jazz guitarist, Herb Ellis (1921-2010). An indoor jazz concert which begins at 7:00 P.M. will be headlined by alto saxophonist Wess Anderson, and will also include performances by Daniel Louis White and Justin Pierce. The location is Sugar Hill Café, 115 South Main Street, Farmersville, Texas. Alcoholic beverages from Landon Winery and Franconia Brewing will be available for purchase. Tickets are $50 for general admission, with VIP packages available. The event is organized by the Farmersville Main Street Program; for more information contact Adah Leah Wolf,, 972-784-6846

San Antonio International Piano Series Concert Season
March 21

St Marks Episcopal Church; 315 E Pecan Street, San Antonio, TX

Piano Texas International Academy
Dr. Tamás Ungár, Executive Director
PO Box 781146; San Antonio, TX 78278
(210) 270-3829; Suzan Lambillotte
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
All ages welcome

Texas Music Revolution ~ 2
March 21

Southfork Ranch; 3700 Hogge Road, Parker, TX

Joshua Jones
12225 Greenville Ave., Suite 359; Dallas, TX 75243
(972) 633-0953; (972) 633-0955
Music: Americana, Country, Rock, Rockabilly
Activities: Music festival
Firefly Moonshine and Ziegenbock Amber are proud to present KHYI 95.3 The Range’s 19th Annual Texas Music Revolution with Ray Wylie Hubbard, The Dirty River Boys, American Aquarium, Jonathan Tyler & The Northern Lights, Mike & The Moonpies, The Buffalo Ruckus, The O's, and more!

Texas Music Throwdown
March 21

Town Green Park; 2099 Lake Robbins Drive, The Woodlands, TX

Texas Music Throwdown
101-C N. Greenville Avenue, No. 55; Allen, TX
(214) 295-4541
Music: Country
Activities: Music festival
The Texas Music Throwdown is a volunteer-driven music event, with 100% of proceeds benefiting Heroes on the Water. The Throwdown artists include Charlie Robison, Scooter Brown Band, Uncle Lucius and Justin van Sant. Gates open at 1:00 p.m.

Outlaws and Legends Music Fest
March 27-28

Back Porch of Texas; 3350 North Clack Street, Abilene, TX

Backporch Productions, LLC
Mark Powell
4318 La Hacienda Drive; Abilene, TX 79602
(325) 660-8458
Music: Country, Folk/Acoustic, Rock, Rockabilly, Western Swing
Activities: Music festival
Outlaws & Legends Music Festival features the most prolific names in purest Texas Music on one stage than any other festival in the state. This year a total of 37 artists/bands will perform on the Big Country Chevy Stage over 3 days including: Robert Earl Keen, Leon Russell, Cooder Graw, Jason Boland & The Stragglers, Mark Powell & Lariat, Gary P. Nunn, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Billy Joe Shaver, Jamie Richards, Mike McClure Band, Tommy Alverson, The Damn Quails, Cody Jinks and many more. Back Porch Sunday features special guests: Randy White, Don Smerek, Walt Garrison, and other sports celebrities along with more music artists featuring talks and music integrating faith and family. Proceeds of Outlaws & Legends benefits the Ben Richey Boys Ranch. More information at

Urban Music Festival
March 27-28

Auditorium Shores; Town Lake, Austin, TX

Urban Life Group
Donell Creech
815-A Brazos, No. 546; Austin, TX 78701
(512) 314-5433
Music: Jazz, Rap/Hip Hop
Activities: Music festival
The Urban Music Festival (UMF) is an outdoor family-oriented music festival that is held each year in conjunction with The Texas Relays, which is usually the first weekend in April. UMF is an all day event from 11a-10p and features dozens of food and retail vendors, along with plenty of activities for the kids. With an annual attendance of 10,000 plus, UMF is held in the heart of downtown Austin along the banks of Lady Bird Lake at Auditorium Shores. Past acts at UMF have included Chaka Khan, Cameo, Boys II Men, Angie Stone, Jeffrey Osborne, Ray J, Trey Songz, The Sugar Hill Gang, The Bar Kays, Ray Parker Jr. and many more. Please log on to the website for the latest festival details.

Heaven's Front Porch
March 27-28

Historic Chautauqua Auditorium, Getzendaner Park; 400 South Grand Avenue, Waxahachie, TX 75165-2302

Waxahachie's Old Fashioned Singing Project
R. G. Huff
108 Pleiade Circle; Waxahachie, TX 75165
(972) 923-2709
Music: Gospel
Activities: Concert season, Songwriting contests, Street dance, Trade show/convention
The hour-and-forty-five-minute staged production features congregational songs from the Brush Arbor meetings held across the southern U.S. in the first half of the 20th Century. Performed on stage in the historic Chautauqua Auditorium by 14 singers with live instruments, the show includes opportunities for audience participation.

Wild Hog Festival and Craft Fair
March 27-29

Sabinal City Park & Yellow Jacket Stadium; Sabinal

Sabinal Lions Club
Maggie Lopez
P.O. Box 233; Sabinal, TX 78881
(830) 538-4802
Music: Bluegrass, Country, Cowboy
Activities: hog catching contest, food, arts-n-crafts, bands
2012 will mark the 21th annual celebration of this event which is held during the last weekend of March. Every year it has been organized by the Sabinal Lions Club, Texas. This wonderful event brings together the best of this region in two days of festivity. It offers a variety of fun and entertainment including live music, wild hog chasing, arts and crafts, games and rides, and plenty of good food. See web site for a full schedule of events!

Bancroft Family Concerts
March 28

Dallas Museum of Art; 1717 North Harwood Street, Dallas, TX

Dallas Museum of Art
Virginia Haak, Office Manager/Education Director
1717 North Harwood; Dallas, TX 75201
(214) 520-2219
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
Fine Arts Chamber Players will present seven concerts of classical chamber music and world music during the 2013-2014 season of the Bancroft Family Concerts. These free concerts are held in the Horchow Auditorium at the Dallas Museum of Art on Saturday afternoons from October through May. Concerts feature outstanding professional musicians from the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex in an informal setting. This popular series attracts capacity crowds filled with music enthusiasts, young professionals, families with children, senior citizens, and symphony, opera, and museum patrons from across the entire North Texas area.

Cliburn at the Modern
March 28

Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth; 3200 Darnell Street, Fort Worth, TX

Van Cliburn Foundation, Inc.
2525 Ridgmar Blvd, Suite 307; Fort Worth, TX 76116
Music: Classical
All performances begin at 2:00 p.m. at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, located at 3200 Darnell Street in Fort Worth’s Cultural District. Saturday, October 11, 2014 Lowell Liebermann, composer, Saturday, March 28, 2015 Mark Adamo, composer. In the midst of our busy, multitasking lives, the recital experience offers something different, something needed: a pure connection. With our fellow audience members, with the artists on stage—but, more than anything, with the music. We stop for an hour or two, put down our phones, and allow the music to speak to us through its finely-trained and consummate ambassadors, who are—as described by Van Cliburn—but its witnesses and messengers. It is a seemingly paradoxical, uniquely valuable time when we can commune with others for a journey that is, at its core, introspective. Our guarantee for these Cliburn Concerts is to bring the world’s best witnesses and messengers to Fort Worth’s finest concert venues each season to deliver some of the best music ever written directly to you. We hope to connect with you soon.

Good Oil Days
March 28

Main Street, Humble; Main Street, Humble, TX

Humble Area Civic Center - Attn: Marketing Dept.
Sergio Corrales, Festival Chair
8233 Will Clayton Parkway; Humble, TX 77338
(281) 446-4140
Music: Children's, Country, Cowboy, Jazz, Pop, Rock
Activities: County fair, Street dance, Trade show/convention
The City of Humble and the Humble Senior Activity Center, are proud to present the 33rd Annual Good Oil Days Festival. There will be many opportunities for shopping with vendors from all over, coming to sell their wares. There will be great food and fun family activities including a new petting zoo, a new and improved Kidz Zone, a live entertainment stage hosted by our Humble Area Seniors and a live music stage featuring music by fantastic artists from near and far. All this is located on historic Main Street, Humble. Proceeds benefit the Humble Area Seniors. Booth fees, donation and in-kind services are tax deductible.

Pearl Amster Youth Concerto Festival
March 28

Anderson High School Performing Arts Center; 8403 Mesa Drive Austin, TX

Austin Civic Orchestra
Steven Coufal
P.O. Box 27132; Austin, TX 78755
(512) 200-2261; (402) 699-0659
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season, Music festival
The Orchestra presents three of Austin's finest youth performers in the 29th Pearl Amster Youth Concert Festival. These competition winners will amaze you with playing that is well beyond their age. We are also delighted that Austin Symphony Orchestra music director Peter Bay will conduct Beethoven's Egmont Overture. Also on the program are Rossini's Overture to The Barber of Seville and the sublime Elsa's Procession to the Cathedral by Richard Wagner. Looking for more? How about an instrument petting zoo? An hour before the concert, bring your kids to try playing the instruments of the orchestra - you may play a few as well! Remember that youth 18 and under have free admittance to the concert.

Jerry Jeff Walker Texas Bash Weekend
March 28-29

Paramount Theater / Gruene Hall; Austin and New Braunfels, TX

Tried & True Music
Susan Walker
P.O. Box 39; Austin, TX 78767
(512) 477-0036
Music: Country
Plan on the Paramount show to be a really good, listening, story telling JJ show that he does so well. To tell you the truth, it means a lot that we had so much feedback from you fans not wanting the Paramount show to end. You enjoy that show, you have fun there, and that's what matters. After the show, please plan to join us across the street at the lovely Driskill hotel for our always lively after party. Cash bar, great music provided by Conrad and friends and a silent auction benefiting the Tried and True Foundation.

Salon Concerts Concert Season
March 29 - 30

Private homes and Scottish Rite Theater; 207 West 18th Street, Austin, TX

Salon Concerts
P.O. Box 163501; Austin, TX 78716
(512) 402-2516
Music: Classical
Activities: Concert season
All concerts are presented on Sunday at 4:30 p.m. and on Monday at 7 p.m. Concerts are followed by an elegant dinner of of hors d’oeuvres and wines. Each concert pair is held in a beautiful private home in Austin. Directions are sent by email to ticket purchasers the week before the concert. The Miró Quartet (Daniel Ching, violin; William Fedkenheuer, violin; John Largess, viola; and Joshua Gindele, cello). Music of Ludwig van Beethoven.