Mid Texas Symphony http://tpr.org en Last Mid-Texas Symphony Seasonal Concert Is This Sunday http://tpr.org/post/last-mid-texas-symphony-seasonal-concert-sunday <p>Mid-Texas Symphony has a performance on Sunday that may have escaped your attention, but I'm here to make sure it doesn’t!</p><p>“We are in Seguin, and we perform in Seguin and New Braunfels," said Mid-Texas Symphony Music Director David Mairs. "I think it’s been said that they are the two smallest cities in the United States that have a fully paid, fully professional orchestra. We are founded by Anita Windecker, a former piano professor at Texas Lutheran University.”</p><p>The Mid-Texas Symphony uses musicians from all around Seguin, but as Mairs explained, they don’t stop there.</p> Thu, 24 Apr 2014 19:39:02 +0000 Jack Morgan 30613 at http://tpr.org Last Mid-Texas Symphony Seasonal Concert Is This Sunday Sorgi & Thomason vs. Mid Texas Symphony In Saturday's 'Superbow' http://tpr.org/post/sorgi-thomason-vs-mid-texas-symphony-saturdays-superbow <p><strong>Mozart and Schubert on tap in New Braunfels Saturday night </strong></p><p>The<strong> </strong>Mid Texas Symphony<strong> </strong>continues their 35th&nbsp;season with "Superbows" -- the music of Mozart and Schubert. Featured in Mozart's <em>Sinfonia Concertante</em> is violinist Craig Sorgi and violist Eliza Thomason.</p><blockquote><p><em>"The second movement is just an incredibly poetic and emotionally deep movement to play."</em></p> Wed, 30 Jan 2013 16:43:51 +0000 John Clare 5549 at http://tpr.org Sorgi & Thomason vs. Mid Texas Symphony In Saturday's 'Superbow' The Russians are Coming to the Mid Texas Symphony! http://tpr.org/post/russians-are-coming-mid-texas-symphony <p><strong>Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev on tap</strong></p><p>An easy description for the Mid Texas Symphony program at Brauntex Theatre Sunday afternoon is, 'music just right for children of all ages.'</p><p>"Every time I hear it, there is just such passion," says director David Mairs. "Whether I was playing it (on french horn), or conducting it, or even just listening, I think Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony is such a masterpiece, with hummable melodies!"</p> Fri, 19 Oct 2012 17:59:43 +0000 John Clare 716 at http://tpr.org The Russians are Coming to the Mid Texas Symphony!