According to Fine Arts Chamber Players Interim Executive Director Emily Guthrie,
Looking for a way to stay cool this summer? You won’t want to miss Fine Arts Chamber Players’ 38th annual Basically Beethoven Festival summer series!
Every Sunday in July, come to the Moody Performance Hall (2520 Flora Street) for a spectacular afternoon of music and fun for the whole family. The best part is, every concert is free, and no reservation is required! Each concert will begin at 2:30pm with a Rising Star Recital followed by the Feature Performance at 3:00 p.m. Doors open at 2:00 p.m.
Curious what type of concerts we will have this summer? How about:
- Sunday, July 8 – “Diversions And Escapes” — Enjoy a flute trio performing works by Beethoven, Haydn and Fort Worth-based composer Martin Blessinger. The program also includes pieces by Liszt and local pianist/composer Shiv Yajnik.
- Sunday, July 15 – “Pianos and Percussion” — Rachmaninoff and Bartók fill this afternoon program.
- Sunday, July 22 – “Four Hornsmen of the Apocalypse” —Don’t miss your opportunity to see this ensemble with local ties. Since 1998, the Hornsmen have captivated audiences with their musicianship and comical repartee.
- Sunday, July 29 – “Art Song” — Operatic bass Jared Schwartz with pianist Mary Dibber, anchor the program with a recital of French and American art songs. The Rising Star Recital features work by local composer Jason Mulligan.
Visit fineartschamberplayers.org for more information!