Experience an intimate recital in the elegant ballroom of the historic Moody Mansion!
Enjoy a complimentary glass of wine and meet some of the extraordinary soloists featured in the GSO’s 40th Anniversary Season.
Tickets: $40 online | $45 at the door
Advance tickets now on sale!
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11 (7pm) – PIANO RECITAL
Join us as we kick off the 2019-20 Moody Mansion series with a piano recital. Pianist to be announced soon!
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 (7pm) – GRACE PARK, VIOLIN
A not to be missed evening with GRACE PARK, winner of the 2018 Naumburg International Violin Competition. Her diverse career has carried her from solo and chamber performances in the world’s foremost concert halls to educational workshops in inner-city schools as an artist resident with Ensemble Connect at Carnegie Hall. Ms. Park plays on a 1799 Nicolas Lupot, generously on loan from a private collection.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 (7pm) – SAVE THE DATE!
Save the date for another fantastic evening of chamber music with musicians to be announced soon!
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7 (7pm) – TROND SAEVERUD, VIOLIN
Galveston Symphony Orchestra’s Conductor TROND SAEVERUD plays a very special concert!
Trond’s remarkable career includes performing as a concert violinist with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London, Orchestra of St. Luke’s, Lincoln Center, and recitals in Suntory Hall, Tokyo, Merkin Hall and Alice Tully Hall, New York.
He has recorded with Norwegian and Danish orchestras on the BIS, Grappa, Simax and Aurora labels. His recital CD, HIKA, with pianist Einar J. Rottingen was Editor’s Choice, Strad Magazine, May 2001 – and his solo CD Ghosts received the Norwegian equivalent of a Grammy Award in 1998.
FRIDAY, MARCH 13 (7pm) – ANDREW STAUPE, PIANO
ANDREW STAUPE is emerging as one of the distinctive voices of a new generation of pianists. In 2012 Andrew made his Carnegie Hall debut to critical acclaim: “Staupe gave a brilliant performance, handling the virtuosic demands with apparent ease… I was stunned- this was one of the most incredible performances… A once in a lifetime performance!” (NY Concert Review) READ MORE and view videos
FRIDAY, APRIL 17 (7pm) – PETER VERHOYEN, PICCOLO
PETER VERHOYEN is principal piccolo for the Royal Flemish Philharmonic Orchestra. He teaches piccolo at the Royal Flemish Conservatories of Antwerp and Brussels. Together with Stefaan Craeynest, he is the co-founder of Arco Baleno, a chamber music ensemble consisting of string quartet and flute. With Arco Baleno and other ensembles, he has made several CDs as well as various radio recordings. READ MORE