Free Sunday evening concert in the Adelsverein Halle at Marktplatz. Listen, dance or both! Bring your chairs, eats and drinks. This month featuring A-T Boyz. Our first venture with Tejano music was so successful that we’re doing it again! These seven talented musicians will certainly have everyone hopping on the dance floor. Come join us for this multi-cultural performance. 6:30 – 8 pm at Marktplatz.
7 Bridges performs the best of the Eagles for two nights at Rockbox Theater, 109 N. Llano. The Ultimate Eagles Experience is a stunningly accurate tribute to the music of the Eagles, using no backing tracks or harmonizers. 7 Bridges faithfully re-creates the experience of an Eagles concert from the band’s most prolific period featuring one brilliant hit single after another. Please call or visit the website for ticket information.
Both shows start at 7 pm. All seats reserved. Call (830) 997-7625 for more information
A series of four outdoor, eclectic concerts on the grounds of the Pioneer Museum. Concerts feature both emerging and established artists in an informal, family setting. Come tour the museum buildings, enjoy a meal with beer, wine or beverages for sale and bring the whole family! Performing will be The Moonlites, Men in Black and the New Buddy Holly Band.
Gates open at 5 pm; music starts at 6:30 pm. $12 at the gate or $10 with online pre-purchase or printed $2 coupon. Kids under 18 are free
Funtabulous entertainment with live music performances from the Golden Age of Rock ‘n Roll at Rockbox Theater, 109 North Llano Street. Showtimes are: Friday 8 PM; Saturday 4:30 PM and 8 PM; Sunday 2 PM.
For tickets please call 830-997-ROCK, or buy Will Call tickets when you make your reservation with us on-line.
Considered one of today’s top pianists with over 3 million CDs sold, Emile Pandolfi will be in concert at 3 PM. By donation.
Mark Hierholzer, the Arion Maennerchor and the Hermann Sons Mixed Choir will perform in a Maifest German Choral Concert this Sunday at 7:00 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Halle at 212 W. San Antonio Street in Fredericksburg. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Admission is by donation. For details, call 830-997-3936.
More “Funtabulous” entertainment than ever before!
Kids under 18 are free with the purchase of an adult ticket.
Showtime is 7 PM.
Rockbox Theater is at 109 N. Llano. Call 830-997-7625 for more information.
Marty White and Blue Clear Sky will be at Pat’s Hall (406 Post Oak Rd) Saturday, March 30, to play their great dance music. This band specializes in George Strait covers, but they play so much more. Marty sounds and looks like George! The crowd loved him last time–they play great dancing music.
This is our Easter Eve Dance. So attend the Easter Fires, then come on over to enjoy Blue Clear Sky. We’ll reserve seats with advance ticket purchase, but please call or email if several couples would like to share a table — we’ll do our best to accommodate you. The show starts at 7 pm.
Tickets available online and at the door when not sold out.
A mix of musicians will present a concert in honor of Fredericksburg-born composer Frank Valentin van der Stucken, on Friday, March 22, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Joseph’s Halle in Fredericksburg. This is the 22nd Festival, and celebrates Van der Stucken’s 155th birthday. Admission is by donation.
The Hermann Sons Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mark Hierholzer, will perform selections from the traditional German repertoire:
Mein Mund der Singet
Praege Deine Liebe
Pilgrim’s Chorus, by Wagner
The Fredericksburg Community Orchestra, under the direction of Theresa Britt, will play:
March in D Major, G. F. Handel
Brandenburg Concerto No.3, Allegro J. S. Bach, arr. Issac
Gopack, Modest Mussorgsky
Slava (Glory), Nicolai Rimsky-Korsakov, arr. Dackow
Edelweiss, Rogers & Hammerstein, arr. Britt
Carol Wills, Mezzo-Soprano, will sing “Via de la Rosa,” by Billy Sprague and Niles Borop, accompanied by Mark Hierholzer.
Baritone Larry Wolz, professor of voice and music history at Hardin Simmons University in Abilene, will present the following works by Van der Stucken:
Dämmerstunde, Op. 34, No. 2 (Twilight)
Unter der Linde, Op. 33, No. 5 (Under the Linden Tree)
The Finale will be all participants singing the introduction to Van der Stucken’s Pax Triumphans (Triumph of Peace), which Van der Stucken traditionally used to end his concerts.
Dr. Wolz is an authority on the German composer’s life, and will be available to answer questions during the reception following the program.
Van der Stucken, who was born in Fredericksburg in 1858, led the “Sangerbund” movement, training singers in the tradition of German male choruses. He also was a champion of contemporary American composers, conducting the first concert devoted exclusively to them.
For information, call (806) 549-2483.