2019 - 2020 Concert Season



Saturday, May 11, 2019 at 6:00 pm
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts | Zilkha Hall


Symphony No. 3
Gustav Mahler


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Emily Treigle - Soloist

Emily Treigle, mezzo-soprano, is currently a student at Rice University where she plans to graduate with a BM in Vocal Performance in 2020. She is a graduate of the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts high school (NOCCA), where she began her vocal training with her mother, Phyllis Treigle. She has performed on NPR's "From the Top", and she is a recipient of the Jack Kent Cooke Young Artist Award. She is a YoungArts Winner, and placed 1st in the New Orleans Opera Association’s Wood Vocal Competition. This coming summer, she will be a Studio Artist with the Aspen Music Festival where she will study under Dr. Stephen King.

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Treble Choir of Houston

Helping Young Women Find Their Voice

The Treble Choir of Houston is a nurturing community of young women grade 6-12. They come from different schools, backgrounds and ways of life, but what unites them-is love for singing and deep friendship. In Treble Choir they find their voices as singers, artists and women in a musical environment that empowers them. 

The philosophy that only the best is good enough has been a constant guiding principle. Treble Choir is the only tuition free choral youth group in Houston. Treble Choir rehearses once a week at Christ Church Cathedral and performs widely in the community and serves as the Cathedral’s resident children’s choir.

Some of the Treble Choir performance highlights include: featured performance in Carnegie Hall, International Choral Festival in Powell River, Canada, The National Cathedral (Washington, DC), Wortham Art Center, Hobby Center for Performing Arts, Moore’s Opera House and with the Houston Symphony.

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Presbyterian School

Located in Houston’s vibrant Museum District, Presbyterian School is an independent day school currently enrolling over 550 children from 3 years old through 8th grade. In August 2019, Presbyterian School will celebrate its 30th anniversary and open a new state of the art 46,000 square foot building steps away from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. The School will move into new learning spaces for Early Childhood, Lower School and Middle School that are intentionally designed to engage every child, every day to think creatively and collaboratively. 

Through active, project-based learning, Presbyterian School promotes student agency, choice, and individual challenge. With a leading faculty, dynamic curriculum, new building, and location devoted to deep learning, Presbyterian School is challenging the status quo and helping to shape a new era in education.
Presbyterian School believes that children should be educated in an environment integrating the three major institutions in their lives (the Family, the School, and the Church). Anchored in this mission, children at Presbyterian School develop to their fullest potential - intellectually, physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually - in a meaningful, joyful and soulful learning environment. 

At Presbyterian School, we see promise in children and have Confidence in every Child. We strive to develop that promise each and every day. We invite you to see the promise in our children, to feel the eagerness and excitement of the future and be part of an unmatched Early Childhood through Middle School institution. Visit www.pshouston.org to learn more about the School.

Upcoming Concerts TBA:

Sunday, November 3, 2019 at 5:00 pm
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts | Zilkha Hall

Sunday, March 8, 2020 at 5:00 pm
The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts | Zilkha Hall