HARTMAN FOUNDATION CONCERTS IN THE PARK
FREE SUMMER SERIES RETURNS FOR 20th SEASON
Austinites know summer has begun once the Austin Symphony Orchestra’s Hartman Foundation Concerts in the Park kicks off. All ages, including pets, enjoy relaxing Sunday evenings with different musical ensembles presented by the Austin Symphony Orchestra (ASO). The setting of kids dancing, couples lounging on blankets, intrigued passersby and friends gathering never gets old. Residents of the “Live Music Capital of the World” are invited to come enjoy and experience the original kind of live music that happened in town centers years ago.
In its 20th summer season, these free ensemble concerts take place at the Hartman Concert Park in front of the Long Center City Terrace and run on Sunday evenings. Thanks to a generous gift from the Hartman Family Foundation, these informal concerts for the Austin community continue to be funded each season allowing Austinites to become acquainted or reacquainted with the classical music experience. Performing music from jazz and light classical to pops selections and film scores, concertgoers are encouraged to bring a picnic dinner and blanket, and make it a group outing.
June 5: Brass Quintet
June 12: Wind Ensemble
June 19: String Quartet
June 26: Wind Ensemble conducted by Peter Bay
July 10: Brass Quintet
July 17: Wind Quintet
July 24: String Quartet
July 31: Brass Ensemble
August 7: Wind Quintet
August 14: String Quartet
August 21: Wind Quintet
August 28: Brass Quintet
Additional information is available on the ASO website, www.austinsymphony.org, or by calling 512-476-6064.
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