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Formed in 2008, the Texas Guitar Quartet has been hailed as “impeccable in every respect” by Classical Guitar magazine. Throughout the United States, Central America, Spain and China, audiences have embraced the Quartet for their daring programs, dazzling virtuosity and joyful music making. Their use of classical and Spanish guitars with nylon strings differ from an acoustic guitar with metal strings.
Whether your taste is for Bach, the quiet and exotic sounds of the Mediterranean or the heart-pounding thrills of the flamenco, you need to hear the sheer beauty of sound produced by The Texas Guitar Quartet. • www.txgq.net
Sunday, May 9
Quail Point Lodge
107 Twilight Ln., HSB, TX 78657
Save the date: JUNE 20- Everybody loves movies, but do you know how to watch a film to get the most out of it? Great film directors all want to tell a story, but they also have lofty artistic ambitions to bring to the big screen the tough issues and provocative themes of their day.
Noted Film Studies Senior Lecturer at Yale, Marc Lapadula, is devoted to showing folks what they missed. Lapadula has taught at the University of Pennsylvania, Johns Hopkins, Columbia and is a repeat favorite at UT in Austin.
The 2021 program line-up by Horseshoe Bay Cultural Enrichment is, we believe, going to culturally enrich you, excite you, entertain you, educate you, and socially enliven you! See the schedule events below!
Purchase Season Ticket below. There are five shows scheduled, don't miss out!
Our mission is to bring stimulating, world class entertainment, education, performing arts, music, lectures, and more - to Horseshoe Bay, TX and surrounding area residents, friends and family, and visitors just like YOU!
The personal enrichment and enjoyment of peoples’ lives through participation in all types of cultural events and activities is the “soul” goal of our organization, its donors, patrons, and its volunteers.
All kinds of opportunities - from enjoying programs & entertainment, to serving on committees, to volunteer and service positions. Join In, and Join Up!
John Borota, President
Sandy Howard, Development and Fundraising Chair
Leslie Koehlinger Russ, Treasurer
Susan Estelle Kelso, Retired Arts, and Music Chair
Dana Rushing, Secretary
Terri Quinn, Asst. Treasurer and Marketing
Reagan Lambert, V.P. and Governance Chair
Jan Burrow, Director
Mike Maine, Charter Member
Maestro Linder is known for his conducting versatility - from Broadway and Symphony through Opera to the Jazz world.
Twenty Seasons with Theatre Under the Stars in Houston doing all of the great Broadway genre, Twenty seasons with Houston Civic Symphony doing the best orchestral repertoire, TV Specials for CBS, NBC and PBS with an Emmy nomination for the G&S opera , Princess Ida.
Forty seasons with G&S opera in Houston with two awards from the International Festival in Buxton ,England as the Festival’s Outstanding Music Director 1995 and 1998. Two Grammy nominations for jazz CDs he conducted and produced- - and one personal Grammy nomination as Producer of the Year in 2010.
Conductor for theatrical shows at 5th Ave theatre Seattle, Milwaukee Skylight Theatre and the Cleveland Opera, and a Conducting Credit for a movie score.
Robert (Bob) is also Dean of Fine Arts at Houston Baptist University as well.
Born and raised in Houston, Bill moved to the Hill Country in 1983 when he accepted the position of Assistant Principal at Marble Falls
High School. For the next 21 years he served as an administrator
in the MFISD.
In 1990, while still a Principal, he began working part-time for Fall Creek Vineyards. After retirement from the school district in 2005 his responsibilities with Fall Creek expanded to on-line sales, as well as the creation of the wine club and being responsible for special events. Though his schedule with FCV has been considerably reduced, he continues his marketing efforts with Fall Creek as Brand Ambassador. Rives also served for almost 4 years as the Executive Director of the Marble Falls/Lake LBJ Chamber of Commerce.
Bill continues to play music with the rock group Corporal Punishment and with his Lamar High School buddy Billy Martin in their acoustic guitar group The $2 Bills.
Now living in Horseshoe Bay, Bill and his wife Janey, enjoy traveling and visiting family in Washington DC and Mexico City, in addition to working with the Highland Lakes Creative Arts in producing art events Sculpture On Main and Paint The Town . He is excited about the desire of Horseshoe Bay Cultural Enrichment to bring unique musical acts and other entertainment to Horseshoe Bay and looks forward to working with the Board to maintain the high standards they have established.
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P.O. Box 7654, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657
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