Dynamic Duos | Classic Chamber Concerts

Dynamic Duos | Classic Chamber Concerts

Georgetown Public Library (map)

Join us for the Classic Chamber Concert's first concert of the season, with some of Central Texas' most acclaimed chamber musicians, including the Round Rock Symphony's top two cellists. Hear Menotti and Mahler, Bartok and Beethoven in a rich autumn palette:

Gian Carlo Menotti | Suite for two cellos and piano

Gustav Mahler | Songs of a Wayfarer

Béla Bartók | Five Duets

Steve Parker | Duet for Electric Violin and Trombone

Ludwig van Beethoven | Piano trio in E-flat major (op. 1, no. 1)

      Molly Emerman, violin
      Steve Parker, trombone
      Frank Jenkins, cello
      Anna Park, cello
      Toby Blumenthal-Phillips, piano

Tickets: $25 General, $10 Student

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Georgetown Festival of the Arts
info@gtownfestival.org
(512) 639-0433


Songs of Life, Love, and Spirit

Songs of Life, Love, and Spirit

First United Methodist Church (map)

The RRS is excited to join the Round Rock Community Choir's Fall Classics in collaborative works featuring chamber orchestra and choir. Under the direction of RRCC's new Music Director, Michael Rosensteel, the combined forces take on some of the most beautiful and impassioned works in the repertoire.

Dan Forrest | Requiem for the Living

Eric Whitacre | Five Hebrew Love Songs

Ralph Vaughn-Williams | Five Mystical Songs

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$15 General Admission


Cordova String Quartet | Classic Chamber Concerts

Cordova String Quartet | Classic Chamber Concerts

Round Rock Presbyterian Church (map)

Classic Chamber Concerts returns to the Round Rock Presbyterian Church with the Cordova String Quartetone of Central Texas' most dynamic chamber ensembles on the scene today. The group will be joined by Classic Chamber Concerts' Artistic Director, Toby Blumenthal, in works by Shostakovich, Puccini, and Mozart.

Dmitri Shostakovich | Piano Quintet, op. 57

Giaccomo PucciniChrysanthemums

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart | Piano Concert in A Major, K. 414

Tickets: $25 General, $10 Student

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Georgetown Festival of the Arts
info@gtownfestival.org
(512) 639-0433


Anton Nel in Concert

Anton Nel in Concert

Klett Center for the Performing Arts (map)

Internationally renowned piano soloist Anton Nel joins the RRS for one incredible night, performing Beethoven's Third Piano Concerto. The orchestra will also celebrate Jean Sibelius' 150th Birthday with a performance of his incomparable and expansive Fifth Symphony.

J. Sibelius | Symphony No. 5 in Eb Major, op. 82

L. van Beethoven | Piano Concerto No. 3 in C Minor, op. 37
          Anton Nel, piano  

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Tickets: $25/$30 General, $5 Student

This concert is generously sponsored by the Georgetown Symphony Society and other area donors. 


Fireworks! Georgetown Festival of the Arts

Fireworks! Georgetown Festival of the Arts

San Gabriel Park (map)

Help us end our season with a bang! Through generous support from area donors, the Round Rock Symphony is pleased to once again perform a free concert in San Gabriel Park for the Georgetown Festival of the Arts. Bring a friend, have a picnic, and enjoy the music under the rockets' red glare!


Texas State International Piano Festival

Texas State International Piano Festival

TSU Performing Arts Center (map)

Join the Round Rock Symphony and the competition winners of the 6th Texas State International Piano Festival. The 10-day festival features masterclasses and chamber performances of student participants and world-renowned guest faculty. The 2013 festival was featured internationally on NPR's program From the Top, showcasing the festival and its young artists throughout the world. The Texas State University School of Music and the RRS invite you to join the Festival's culminating event, a concert performance in TSU's new, state-of-the-art Performing Arts Center, featuring the competition's winners and classical music's future superstars.

Tickets available for purchase in Spring 2015
$25 General, $15 Students/Seniors