Eliza Thomason

Classical Spotlight
10:43 am
Wed January 30, 2013

Sorgi & Thomason vs. Mid Texas Symphony In Saturday's 'Superbow'

Mozart
Wikipedia

Mozart and Schubert on tap in New Braunfels Saturday night

The Mid Texas Symphony continues their 35th season with "Superbows" -- the music of Mozart and Schubert. Featured in Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante is violinist Craig Sorgi and violist Eliza Thomason.

"The second movement is just an incredibly poetic and emotionally deep movement to play."

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Classical Spotlight
12:59 pm
Thu November 8, 2012

Eliza Thomason Presents Colorful Viola Recital, 'Wild Purple,' at TLU

Eliza Thomason plays Wild Purple by Joan Tower in the Texas Public Radio mail room.
John Clare Texas Public Radio

Viola is the middle voice of the string family and is often considered more mellow than the violin. At Texas Lutheran University, Eliza Thomason leads the string department, teaching strings and conducting the student orchestra. This Sunday she'll be joined by Dr. Eric Daub in music by Bach, Schumann, Joan Tower and Rebecca Clarke.

The recital is free and open to the public. Sunday, November 11, at 4 p.m. in Wupperman Theater in the fine arts building on the TLU campus.

Eliza played for TPR staff and volunteers at a "tiny desk" concert:

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