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School of Music announces schedule of events for January

By Jack McClellan
Office of Media Relations
January 18, 2018

Texas State University’s School of Music offers a new variety of musical performances and lectures open to faculty, students and the general public. Events scheduled for January 2018 are listed below. Further information can be found at www.music.txstate.edu/events. Tickets are available for purchase at txstatepresents.com.

January 19
Texas State Horn Festival
5 p.m., Performing Arts Center Recital Hall
$25 general admission

January 19
Texas State Horn Festival guest artist: Adam Unsworth, horn
7:30 p.m., Performing Arts Center Recital Hall
$10* Adult/$5* Students, senior citizens and military with ID (*plus $2 processing fee for tickets online or at the window)

January 20
Texas State Horn Festival
9 a.m., Performing Arts Center Recital Hall
$25 general admission

January 23
Guest Artist: Nathan Nabb, saxophone
6 p.m., Performing Arts Center Recital Hall
$10* Adult/$5* Students, senior citizens and military with ID (*plus $2 processing fee for tickets online or at the window)

January 23
Faculty Artist: Richard Novak, tenor; Lynn Ledbetter, violin; Joey M. Martin, piano
8 p.m., Performing Arts Center Recital Hall
$10* Adult/$5* Students, senior citizens and military with ID (*plus $2 processing fee for tickets online or at the window)

January 29
Guest Lecture: Reiner Kramer: "Analyzing Renaissance Music (with Computers)”
6 p.m., Music Building Recital Hall
Free admission

January 30
Stars at Night: Faculty Showcase
7:30 p.m., Performing Arts Center Recital Hall
$10* Adult/$5* Students, senior citizens and military with ID (*plus $2 processing fee for tickets online or at the window)

January 31
Faculty Artists: Texas State String Faculty Recital
8 p.m., Music Building Recital Hall
Free admission

About Texas State University

Founded in 1899, Texas State University is among the largest universities in Texas with an enrollment of 38,694 students on campuses in San Marcos and Round Rock. Texas State’s 181,000-plus alumni are a powerful force in serving the economic workforce needs of Texas and throughout the world. Designated an Emerging Research University by the State of Texas, Texas State is classified under “Doctoral Universities: Higher Research Activity,” the second-highest designation for research institutions under the Carnegie classification system.

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