Libi Lebel, Music Director
American Treasures a major hit!
Over 500 concert goers were treated to a wonderful night...
Over 500 concert goers were treated to a wonderful night filled with passionate music and talent, heart health awareness information, and a children's art exhibit provided by the students at Monart School of Art. Also in attendance was the talented pianist Richard Marshall who performed with TMCO, and grammy nominated living composer Peter Boyer.
Mr. Boyer came down to rehearse and listen to TMCO perform the Houston premier of Symphony No. 1, and also, to speak to U of H and Rice's students at the Shepherd School of Music. While
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in town, Peter joined Libi Lebel, TMCO's Founder and Artistic Director and Houston Public Media's St. John Flynn in speaking about our concert, his talk and all things music! To check out the full interview CLICK HERE.
To find out more about Peter Boyer and his Symphony No. 1, please CLICK HERE.
Thank you to all friends, family, and supporters of TMCO for coming out and helping us kick off the start of our 15th Season. A special thank you to American Heart Association Medical Inflatables, Inc., and Monart School of Art.
Please mark your calendars for our next concert, Club 150, Sunday, March 1st, 5:00 PM at Cullen Theater, Wortham Center.