The 5th and 6th grade members of the Barton Hills Choir will celebrate the release of their new CD with a special performance at the Nutty Brown Cafe on Sunday, April 19 beginning at 7 PM.
Be sure to mark your calendar now to come enjoy great music at one of Austin’s most special and unique venues!
Fifth and sixth grade girls from the Barton Hills Choir will perform at One World Theatre on December 8 in two shows with renowned jazz pianist David Benoit. Join the girls as they help relive the classic music and images of A Charlie Brown Christmas with Grammy-nominated Benoit, whose credits include Here’s to you, Charlie Brown, 50 Great Years and the star-studded 40 Years: A Charlie Brown Christmas that reflect his lifelong passion for the music of original Peanuts composer Vince Guaraldi, and solidify Benoit’s role as his musical heir.
Shows begin at 6:30 and 8:00 PM, with tickets available now at One World Theatre.
Make plans now to get your holiday spirit in full swing by attending the lighting of the Zilker Holiday Tree, Sunday, December 1 at 6:00 PM. Come early to get a good seat and bring some pocket money for kettle corn and hot chocolate.
Third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grade members of the Barton Hills Choir will perform for the fifth year in a row. The choir will sing holiday classics including Sleigh Ride, Jingle Bell Rock, and Winter Wonderland. Accompanying the choir are Director Gavin Tabone on keyboards, Jake Perlman on drums, Tom Treanor on percussion, Jason Nunnenkamp on bass, and Don Cento on guitar.
Senior editor Jason Cohen wrote a great feature about the Barton Hills Choir for Texas Monthly that’s currently headlining on their web site. Cohen has also written for Rolling Stone and co-authored SXSW Scrapbook.
The article profiles the choir and includes pictures by Chan Geltemeyer from their recent Austin City Limits Music Festival performance. Cohen also refers to our school Principal Kati Achtermann as “the hardest working roadie at the 2013 ACL Festival” while shepherding 55 students from bus to stage, and describes Choir Director Gavin Tabone as “both movie-star dashing and band-camp dorky—as well as super-passionate and serious.” Don’t miss it!