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2017–2018 SEASON


Contents

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Subscription Packages

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Symphony Orchestra

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Wind Ensemble

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New Music Ensemble

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Jazz at the Butler School

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Choral Music at the Butler School

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Butler Opera Center

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Mirรณ Quartet

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Piano Faculty at the Butler School

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Chamber Music at the Butler School

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Parking

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Calendar

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Important Information


From the Director Dear enthusiasts for live music, Even in this hyper-moderated age, there is nothing quite like experiencing music in real time and in person. Watch the faces of pure concentration. Hear the lungs expand with breath. (Is that sweat on her forehead?) Notice the glide of a graceful bow arm and the blur of fingers flying. Feel the bass line deep in the center of yourself. See the performers make eye contact with each other, and with you; it’s electric. All this is to say that we celebrate those of you who take the time and trouble to put yourselves physically in our spaces, to hear and see the work (and play) of Butler School students and faculty. You could just stay at home and watch the live stream, but we suspect that you find your way over to campus because there is simply no comparable experience. Anything can happen, and does. So please join us this year to bear witness to an extraordinary lineup of talent, commitment, and sheer exuberance. Pick the four concerts that intrigue you most, or the three opera performances, to take advantage of deep savings. It’s our way of saying thanks for meeting us halfway. All my best,

Mary Ellen Poole Director, Butler School of Music


2017–2018 Season Subscriptions

What makes live music vital to your life? Whether it’s the powerful wall of sound from winds and brass or the intimate intricacies of chamber music, purchasing a Butler School Season Subscription is the easiest and most affordable way to experience a wealth of great live music.

JAT Jessen Auditorium

Your patronage extends direct support to the students and faculty who make this rich experience possible. Additionally, ticket proceeds help to expand our

BRH

diverse program of free performances, available to all

Bates Recital Hall

audiences throughout the season.

RST

We invite you to browse our offerings for the

Recital Studio BCH

2017–2018 season, select your must-see events, then build them into one of our two reduced subscription

Bass Concert Hall

packages.

MCT

To purchase a Season Subscription visit

McCullough Theatre

music.utexas.edu/subscription

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Package 1:

Butler Season Subscription Package Choose at least four performances from the 2017–2018 Season and receive 40% off tickets. Package includes our best ensembles and operas, as well as top-notch faculty recitals. Although this subscription is open throughout the year, we encourage early reservation to ensure availability of top choices.

Package 2:

Butler Opera Center Subscription Package Choose three Butler Opera Center performances and receive 50% off tickets. Package includes three to four date options for productions of CosĂŹ fan tutte, The Rape of Lucretia and Falstaff. This package is available for purchase through November 5, 2017.

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The University of Texas Symphony Orchestra Gerhardt Zimmermann, director

Symphony Orchestra playlist at: bit.ly/bsomorchestra

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FALL 2017

SPRING 2018

Monday, October 2, 7:30 PM | BRH

Friday, February 9, 7:30 PM | BRH

Donald Grantham Symphony No. 2, After Hafiz *

Marcelo Lehninger, guest conductor Rick Rowley, piano

Antonin Dvořák Symphony No. 9 in E minor, From the New World

Leonard Bernstein Symphony No. 2, The Age of Anxiety

Dan Welcher KMFA: A Celebratory Overture

Concerto to be announced Featuring UTSO Competition Winner

* World Premiere of Orchestral Arrangement

Monday, October 30, 7:30 PM | BRH Austin Youth Orchestra, guest performers Camille Saint-Saëns Overture from La princesse jaune Zhanhao He Fantasy of Jasmine for GuZheng and Orchestra Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky Finale from Serenade for Strings in C major

Ticketed by Texas Performing Arts as part of their Essential Series

Tuesday, April 3, 7:30 PM | BCH Gustav Mahler Symphony No. 2 in C minor, Resurrection Joined by The University of Texas Choirs This concert is not available in our Subscription package. Tickets can be purchased at texasperformingarts.org

Ludwig van Beethoven Symphony No. 5 in C minor Monday, April 30, 7:30 PM | BRH Wednesday, December 6, 7:30 PM | BRH An All-Shostakovich Program Tahiti Trot, after Tea for Two Symphony No. 10 in E minor

W. A. Mozart Symphony No. 40 in G minor Concerto to be announced Featuring UTSO Competition Winner

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA Tuesday, October 17, 7:30 PM Thursday, November 30, 7:30 PM Tuesday, February 27, 7:30 PM Tuesday, April 24, 7:30 PM All performances will be in BRH

The University of Texas University Orchestra is UT Austin’s campus-wide orchestra, drawing its membership from throughout the university community, performing a diverse selection of repertoire chosen from over 350 years of symphonic literature.


The University of Texas Wind Ensemble Jerry Junkin, director

Wind Ensemble playlist at: bit.ly/bsomwinds

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FALL 2017

SPRING 2018

Sunday, October 1, 4:00 PM | BRH

Wednesday, February 14, 7:30 PM | BRH

Judith Shatin, visiting composer Ron Nelson Resonances I

Michael Martin, visiting composer Fred J. Allen, guest conductor Stephen Page, saxophone Stephen F. Austin Wind Ensemble, guest performers

Gustav Holst First Suite in E-flat for Military Band

Ottorino Respighi Fountains of Rome

Judith Shatin Being in Time

John Williams Escapades from Catch Me If You Can

Percy Grainger Molly on the Shore | Lincolnshire Posy

Michael Martin Lontano, Symphony for Wind Ensemble

Sunday, October 29, 4:00 PM | BRH Anton Nel, piano Tiffany Galus, guest conductor Gloria Quinlan, soprano Donnie Ray Albert, baritone An All-Gershwin Program Overture to Strike up the Band Rhapsody in Blue Cuban Overture

Friday, March 23, 7:30 PM | BRH Adam Holzman, guitar Karel Husa Smetana Fanfare for Wind Ensemble | Al Fresco Stephen Goss A Concerto of Colours * Aaron Copland: Lincoln Portrait

Catfish Row: Suite from Porgy and Bess

Sunday, December 10, 4:00 PM | BRH Marianne Gedigian, flute Lance Sample, guest conductor Cheldon Williams, guest conductor Adam Schoenberg, arr. Sample Finding Rothko Frank Ticheli Concerto for Flute and Wind Ensemble John Mackey The Frozen Cathedral | Fanfare for Full Fathom Five

Sunday, April 29, 4:00 PM | BRH Pamornpan Komolpamorn, guest conductor Christopher Martin, trumpet Paul Dooley Masks and Machines John Mackey Antique Violences: Concerto for Trumpet * Dan Welcher Symphony No. 6, Three Places in the East * * Denotes a World Premiere


The University of Texas New Music Ensemble Dan Welcher, director

New Music playlist at: bit.ly/bsomnewmusic

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FALL 2017

SPRING 2018

Wednesday, October 4, 7:30 PM | BRH

Wednesday, March 28, 7:30 PM | BRH

Judith Shatin, visiting composer David Small, baritone

Xak Bjerken, piano Derek Bermel, visiting composer Timothy Jones, baritone

Don Freund Test of Time Judith Shatin Vayter Un Vayter | Ockeghem Variations

Jesse Jones persona mechanica Derek Bermel Natural Selection | Three Rivers | At the End of the World

Wednesday, November 1, 7:30 PM | BRH Wednesday, April 25, 7:30 PM | BRH Page Stephens, mezzo-soprano Mark Kilstofte The White Album Philip Glass Glassworks

David Gompper, visiting composer Jonathan Gunn, clarinet David Gompper Clarinet Concerto | Butterfly Dance Russell Pinkston Off Leash

Friday, December 1, 7:30 PM | BRH Paul Moravec, visiting composer Paul Moravec Chamber Symphony Missy Mazzoli Still Life With Avalanche Jacob Druckman Come Round

CLUTCH NEW MUSIC Monday, October 9, 7:30 PM | RST Monday, November 13, 7:30 PM | BRH Tuesday, February 13, 7:30 PM | RST Tuesday, March 27, 7:30 PM | RST

A concert series featuring and promoting the music of UT composers, performed by Butler School of Music students. Concerts are free admission and open to the public.


TH E U NIV ER SI T Y OF T E X A S JA Z Z ORC H E S TR A Jeff Hellmer, director

Jazz playlist at: bit.ly/bsomjazz

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2017–2018 SEASON Season Subscription Performances

Free Performances

JAZZ ORCHESTRA

JAZZ ENSEMBLE

Friday, October 13, 7:30 PM | BRH

Thursday, October 19, 7:30 PM | BRH

Friday, November 17, 7:30 PM | BRH Friday, February 23, 7:30 PM | BRH

Thursday, December 7, 7:30 PM | BRH Thursday, March 1, 7:30 PM | BRH Thursday, May 3, 7:30 PM | BRH

Jeff Hellmer, director John Mills, director The UT Jazz Orchestra is the School of Music’s premiere jazz ensemble, having performed with some of the great names in jazz, including Michael Brecker, “Tain” Watts, Terell Stafford, Stefon Harris, Chris Potter, John Clayton, and Maria Schneider.

The Jazz Ensemble performs a wide range of jazz styles including, swing, bebop, free, avant-garde, and contemporary.

Recent highlights include the Jazz Orchestra’s latest album, “In The Thick Of It,” available on iTunes, and a return to Europe with performances at the 2017 Montreux and North Sea Jazz Festivals.

ALTERNATIVE IMPROVISATIONAL MUSIC ENSEMBLE Tuesday, October 31, 7:30 PM | BRH Thursday, March 29, 7:30 PM | BRH

JEFF HELLMER AND FRIENDS

John Fremgen, director

Tuesday, October 10, 7:30 PM | BRH

AIME is a select jazz ensemble of six to ten members that performs unique compositions by students, emphasizing a wide variety of styles focused on extended improvisation.

Director of Jazz Studies Jeff Hellmer takes the stage with our brilliant Jazz faculty, featuring repertoire of new originals and old standards.

JAZZ COMBOS Ticketed by Texas Performing Arts as part of their Essential Series

Saturday, April 14, 7:30 PM | BRH Renowned jazz trombonist Conrad Herwig joins The University of Texas Jazz Orchestra as part of the Butler School’s annual Longhorn Jazz Festival. This concert is not available in our Subscription package. Tickets can be purchased at texasperformingarts.org

Monday, November 27, 7:30 PM | RST Monday, December 4, 7:30 PM | RST Monday, April 23, 7:30 PM | RST Monday, April 30, 7:30 PM | RST Jazz Combos provide an opportunity for students to develop their improvisational skills in a small group setting.


Choral Music at the Butler School James Morrouu, director

Choral Music playlist at: bit.ly/bsomchoral

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2017–2018 SEASON

The Chamber Singers, conducted by Dr. James Morrow, is the premiere choral ensemble at UT with a highly selective membership of 24-32 singers.

Chamber Singers Friday, November 10, 7:30 PM | BRH Saturday, April 7, 7:30PM | BRH

In addition to performing several major concerts on campus throughout the year, this talented group of singers tours nationally and internationally.

Holiday Choral Concert Saturday, December 9 | 3:00 PM | BRH

About the Concert

Saturday, December 9 | 7:30 PM | BRH

This concert is not available in our Subscription package. Tickets will be available for individual sale only.

Join us for an annual favorite! The impressive efforts of the UT Choirs and the Symphony Orchestra combine for a sparkling performance of traditional Christmas carols and hymns.

FREE

BACH CANTATA PROJECT Every 2nd Thursday at 5:30 PM | JAT

The Bach Cantata Project is a venture of the UT Choral Program to present the extraordinary body of sacred and secular cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach.

Fall Performances September 14 October 12 November 9

This year’s performances will feature movements from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio, a composite work put together for the six feast days of Christmas in 1734 and 1735.

Spring Performances February 8 March 8 April 12


Butler Opera Center Robert DeSimone, director Kelly Kuo, conductor Tamara Sanikidze, principal coach

Opera playlist at: bit.ly/bsomopera

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2017–2018 SEASON

Così fan tutte by W.A. Mozart

Margaret Jumonville, director Kelly Kuo, conductor (October 27 & 29) Peter Bay, conductor (November 3 & 5) Friday, October 27, 7:30 PM Sunday, October 29, 4:00 PM Friday, November 3, 7:30 PM Sunday, November 5, 4:00 PM

The Rape of Lucretia by Benjamin Britten

Robert DeSimone, director Kelly Kuo, conductor New Music Ensemble Pit Orchestra Thursday, March 1, 7:30 PM Saturday, March 3, 7:30 PM Sunday, March 4, 4:00 PM

Falstaff

by Giuseppe Verdi Robert DeSimone, director Kelly Kuo, conductor Friday, April 20, 7:30 PM Sunday, April 22, 4:00 PM Friday, April 27, 7:30 PM Sunday, April 29, 4:00 PM

All performances will be in MCT

About the Opera It begins with a bet and a question: Are all women fickle? In an attempt to assuage their fears, friends Ferrando and Guglielmo hatch a plan—complete with elaborate costumes—to test their betrothed’s fidelities. Utilizing the time-honored plot device of “fiancé-swapping,” Mozart’s Cosi is a lush and melodic comedy of bad manners.

About the Opera As recorded by the likes of Ovid and Livy, the aristocratic Lucretia was raped by Sextus Tarquinius, son of the Etruscan King of Rome. Her consequent suicide incited a revolution that toppled the monarchy and ultimately gave rise to the Roman Republic. Debuted in 1946, The Rape of Lucretia is a haunting and deeply human tale draped in gilded history.

About the Opera Falstaff revolves around the farcical (and generally thwarted) efforts of the “fat knight,” Sir John Falstaff, to seduce two married women to gain access to their husbands’ wealth. Shining with originality and composed when Verdi was nearly 80, this opera is proof that age took nothing from the master.


Daniel Ching, violin William Fedkenheuer, violin John Largess, viola

QUARTET

Mirรณ playlist at: bit.ly/bsommiro

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Josh Gindele, cello


2017–2018 SEASON

Thursday, September 7, 7:30 PM | BRH

Concert Program

The Miró Quartet opens their season with one of Haydn’s charming “Apponyi” quartets, a selection of love songs from Dvořák’s song cycle Cypresses arranged by the composer himself, and Beethoven’s monumental C-sharp minor quartet, cast in seven continuous movements.

Joseph Haydn String Quartet in E-flat major

Thursday, November 16, 7:30 PM | BRH

Concert Program

The season’s second concert features three beautiful short pieces for violin and piano by Clara Schumann, one of her husband Robert’s first string quartets, and their friend and colleague Brahms’ famous Piano Quartet in F minor.

Clara Schumann Three Romances

with guest faculty Anton Nel, piano

Antonín Dvořák Selections from Cypresses Ludwig van Beethoven String Quartet No. 14 in C-sharp minor

Robert Schumann String Quartet No. 1 in A minor

Johannes Brahms Piano Quintet in F minor

Friday, January 26, 7:30 PM | BRH

Concert Program

The quartet is joined by several wind players for the final concert of the season. Mozart’s charming Oboe Quartet opens the evening, followed by Wynton Marsalis’ smart fusion work with bassoon, closing with Weber’s large, virtuoso Quintet.

W.A. Mozart Oboe Quartet in F major

with guest faculty Andrew Parker, oboe Kristin Wolfe Jensen, bassoon Jonathan Gunn, clarinet

Wynton Marsalis Meeelaan Bassoon and String Quartet Carl Maria von Weber Clarinet Quintet in B-flat major


PIANO FACULTY AT THE BUTLER SCHOOL

Piano Faculty playlist at: bit.ly/bsompiano

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2017–2018 SEASON Concert Program

ANTON NEL, fortepiano Sunday, October 8, 4:00 PM | JAT

Ludwig Van Beethoven Sonata No. 14 in C-sharp minor, Moonlight Joseph Haydn Fantasia in C major C.P.E. Bach Sonata in A major

Concert Program

GREGORY ALLEN, piano Sunday, October 22, 4:00 PM | BRH

Maurice Ravel Le Tombeau de Couperin Dan Welcher Premiere of a new work

Concert Program

ANDREW BROWNELL, piano Saturday, November 4, 7:30 PM | BRH

Ludwig van Beethoven Sonata in E-flat major, Quasi una fantasia Johann Nepomuk Hummel Fantasie in E-flat major

Concert Program

PATTI WOLF, piano Saturday, March 3, 7:30 PM | BRH with guest faculty Colette Valentine, piano

Lecturer in Collaborative Piano Patti Wolf performs music for four hands with Associate Professor of Collaborative Piano Colette Valentine.


Chamber Music at the Butler School

Chamber Music playlist at: bit.ly/bsomchambermusic

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2017–2018 SEASON Concert Program

David Small, baritone

Friday, September 8, 7:30 PM | BRH with guest faculty Robert Kassinger, double bass Gregory Allen, piano Kristin Wolfe Jensen, bassoon This program features music about the Holocaust during World War II, including works by composers and poets who were in the Theresienstadt concentration camp.

Lori Laitman Holocaust 1944 Gustav Mahler “Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen” from Rückert Lieder Maurice Ravel Deux melodies hébraïques Selections of Lieder written in Theresienstadt by Emmerich Kálmán, Ilse Weber and Adolf Strauss.

Concert Program

Stephen Page, saxophone Thursday, October 12, 7:30 PM | BRH with guest faculty Alex Maynegre-Torra, piano

David Biedenbender Dreams in the Dusk Rodney Rogers Lessons of the Sky Mischa Zupko In Transit

Concert Program

Kristin Wolfe Jensen, bassoon Saturday, October 28, 7:30 PM | JAT with guest faculty Andrew Parker, oboe Jonathan Gunn, clarinet Colette Valentine, piano Patti Wolf, piano

Gioacchino Rossini Cavatina from The Thieving Magpie Johann Joachim Quantz Trio Sonata in C minor Mikhail Glinka Trio pathétique Marcel Bitsch Concertino for Bassoon and Piano


Chamber Music at the Butler School

Chamber Music playlist at: bit.ly/bsomchambermusic

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2017–2018 SEASON

Concert Program

Butler Trio

Wednesday, November 29, 7:30 PM | JAT Sandy Yamamoto, violin Joshua Gindele, cello Colette Valentine, piano

Johannes Brahms Piano Trio No. 2 in C major Anton Arensky Piano Trio No. 1 in D minor

Concert Program

Kelly Kuo, piano

Tuesday, January 30, 7:30 PM | BRH with guest faculty Jonathan Gunn, clarinet Bion Tsang, cello Marianne Gedigian, flute Andrew Parker, oboe Stephen Page, alto saxophone Kristin Wolfe Jensen, bassoon Sandy Yamamoto, violin DaXun Zhang, double bass

Felix Mendelssohn Konzertstück No. 2 Igor Stravinsky Suite Italienne Charles Martin Loeffler Ballade Carnavalesque Libby Larsen Four on the Floor

Concert Program

Sandy Yamamoto, violin Friday, February 2, 7:30 PM | BRH with guest faculty DaXun Zhang, double bass Colette Valentine, piano Daniel Ching, violin Bion Tsang, cello Andrew Brownell, piano

Giovanni Bottesini Gran Duo Concertante Moritz Moszkowski Suite for Two Violins and Piano in G minor Bedřich Smetana Piano Trio in G minor


Parking Information

Parking Options for Jessen Auditorium in Homer Rainey Hall

Parking Option 1

Parking Option 2

Parking can be found at the Dobie Mall Garage across the street from the venue, or the AT&T Conference Center Garage a block away from the venue.

City of Austin metered parking is available on Guadalupe St. and University Ave. Additional paid-parking lots are available in the area.

Rates vary; credit cards only.

Parking Options for Bates Recital Hall, Recital Studio, McCullough Theatre and Bass Concert Hall

Parking Option 1

Parking Option 2

Parking Option 3

The San Jacinto Parking Garage is the closest garage to the Butler School. Evening and weekend parking ranges between $6 and $10 depending on events on campus. Credit cards are accepted.

City of Austin metered parking is available along Dean Keeton St., which runs perpendicular to Robert Dedman Dr.

Discounted parking is available for pre-purchase on weeknights after 5:45PM and weekends through Click & Park.

Meters are not enforced after 6PM Monday to Saturday or all day Sunday.

Purchase parking permits at utparking.clickandpark.com

This is the best parking option for patrons with government-issued ADA permits.

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For more detailed information about parking, visit music.utexas.edu/about/directions-parking

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Calendar JAT Jessen Auditorium BRH Bates Recital Hall RST Recital Studio BCH Bass Concert Hall

FALL 2017

MCT McCullough Theatre

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Thur | Sep 7

7:30 PM

BRH

Miró Quartet

Fri | Sep 8

7:30 PM

BRH

David Small, baritone

Sun | Oct 1

4:00 PM

BRH

Wind Ensemble

Mon | Oct 2

7:30 PM

BRH

Symphony Orchestra

Wed | Oct 4

7:30 PM

BRH

New Music Ensemble: Judith Shatin, visiting composer

Sun | Oct 8

4:00 PM

JAT

Anton Nel, fortepiano

Thur | Oct 12

7:30 PM

BRH

Stephen Page, saxophone

Fri | Oct 13

7:30 PM

BRH

Jazz Orchestra

Sun | Oct 22

4:00 PM

BRH

Gregory Allen, piano

Fri | Oct 27

7:30 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Così fan tutte

Sun | Oct 29

4:00 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Così fan tutte

Sun | Oct 29

4:00 PM

BRH

Wind Ensemble

Mon | Oct 30

7:30 PM

BRH

Symphony Orchestra

Wed | Nov 1

7:30 PM

BRH

New Music Ensemble

Fri | Nov 3

7:30 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Così fan tutte

Sat | Nov 4

7:30 PM

BRH

Andrew Brownell, piano

Sun | Nov 5

4:00 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Così fan tutte

Fri | Nov 10

7:30 PM

BRH

Chamber Singers

Thur | Nov 16

7:30 PM

BRH

Miró Quartet

Fri | Nov 17

7:30 PM

BRH

Jazz Orchestra

Wed | Nov 29

7:30 PM

JAT

Butler Trio

Fri | Dec 1

7:30 PM

BRH

New Music Ensemble: Paul Moravec, visiting composer

Wed | Dec 6

7:30 PM

BRH

Symphony Orchestra

Sat | Dec 9

3:00 PM

BRH

Holiday Choral Concert

Sat | Dec 9

7:30 PM

BRH

Holiday Choral Concert

Sun | Dec 10

4:00 PM

BRH

Wind Ensemble


Not available as part of Butler Subscription Package—individual tickets for sale only

SPRING 2018

Tickets not available through the Butler School of Music—for sale only at texasperformingarts.org

Fri | Jan 26

7:30 PM

BRH

Miró Quartet

Tues | Jan 30

7:30 PM

BRH

Kelly Kuo, piano: Chamber Recital with faculty

Fri | Feb 2

7:30 PM

BRH

Sandy Yamamoto, violin: Chamber Recital with faculty

Fri | Feb 9

7:30 PM

BRH

Symphony Orchestra

Wed | Feb 14

7:30 PM

BRH

Wind Ensemble

Fri | Feb 23

7:30 PM

BRH

Jazz Orchestra

Thur | Mar 1

7:30 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Rape of Lucretia

Sat | Mar 3

7:30 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Rape of Lucretia

Sat | Mar 3

7:30 PM

BRH

Patti Wolf & Colette Valentine: Four Hands

Sun | Mar 4

4:00 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Rape of Lucretia

Fri | Mar 23

7:30 PM

BRH

Wind Ensemble

Wed | Mar 28

7:30 PM

BRH

New Music Ensemble: Derek Bermel, visiting composer

Tue | Apr 3

7:30 PM

BCH

Symphony Orchestra: Mahler Symphony No. 2

Sat | Apr 7

7:30 PM

BRH

Chamber Singers

Sat | Apr 14

7:30 PM

BRH

Jazz Festival with Conrad Herwig, trombone

Fri | Apr 20

7:30 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Falstaff

Sun | Apr 22

4:00 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Falstaff

Wed | Apr 25

7:30 PM

BRH

New Music Ensemble: David Gompper, visiting composer

Fri | Apr 27

7:30 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Falstaff

Sun | Apr 29

4:00 PM

MCT

Butler Opera Center: Falstaff

Sun | Apr 29

4:00 PM

BRH

Wind Ensemble

Mon | Apr 30

7:30 PM

BCH

Symphony Orchestra

All events are subject to change.

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Important Concert Information For any questions about tickets or other pertinent concert information, please email the main Box Office at tickets@mail.music.utexas.edu

Buying Tickets

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Please visit music.utexas.edu/concerts

or reprint using the related ticket confirmation email. For tickets purchased in-person, or for any difficulties

In-Person

retrieving online purchases, please contact the Box Office

The Box Office will always open one hour prior to any

at tickets@mail.music.utexas.edu

ticketed performance in the venue where a show is taking place. We may accept all major credit cards, cash or checks. Walk-up patrons are encouraged to arrive at least 30 minutes ahead of any scheduled performance to ensure ticket availability and timely seating. To buy tickets in-person ahead of the concert date, please check online at music.utexas.edu/concerts for current Box Office hours. Main Box Office Address 2406 Robert Dedman Dr. Stop E3100 Austin, TX 78712-1555 Location The Butler School of Music Box Office is located on the ground floor of the Music Recital Hall building on The University of Texas at Austin campus. Hours Please check online at music.utexas.edu/concerts for current Box Office hours. Will-Call Tickets Please pick up any tickets purchased in advance from the Box Office at least 20 minutes before the beginning of a performance.

Discounted or Complimentary Tickets Discounted tickets are available to students from any institution and senior citizens, as well as all University of Texas at Austin staff and faculty with valid I.D. Admission prices vary by the event. To learn more about our complimentary ticket policy— including group offers for Austin Independent School District music students and their directors—please visit music.utexas.edu/concerts Food & Drink No food or drink is allowed in the performance halls. At Butler Opera Center productions and other select events, refreshments will be made available for purchase in the lobby during intermission. Seating Except for select indicated concerts, seating is general admission and arranged on a first-come, first-serve basis. Accessibility More easily accessible seating options are presented online at the point-of-purchase. Locations and quantity of seats available are based on venue. music.utexas.edu /butlerSOM @butlerSOM 31


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