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Mar 26

Be sure to check out MossFest this weekend, a virtual children’s concert featuring an all-star lineup of amazing musicians you can view beginning on Saturday, March 27. It’s part of ABC KiteFest – you can enjoy it here. You can learn more about MossFest at the Moss Pieratt Foundation web site.

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Aug 15

The Barton Hills Choir invites you to a performance celebrating the release of their new CD, Rock The Classics Vol. 1, at 3Ten ACL LIVE on Friday, September 13.

Produced by Choir Director Gavin Tabone, the CD is a collection of recordings made in the Barton Hills Elementary music room during the 2018/2019 school year, and will be provided at no cost to ticket holders at the show. 

It includes the Choir’s Elvis and Beatles medleys, and songs from the Talking Heads, Neil Diamond, Joni Mitchell, Carole King and the Grateful Dead. Mixing of the tracks was done by Gavin Tabone, BHC guitarist Don Cento, and drummer Jake Perlman.

Tickets for this special event go on sale Friday, August 16 at 10 AM. Mark your calendar and click below to be sure you don’t miss this exciting event in one of Austin’s best performance venues. Doors open at 6 PM with the show starting at 7 PM.

Get tickets to the BHC CD Release Show on Friday, Sept. 13

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Apr 18

The Barton Hills Choir with special guest David Gans will perform at Gallagher Way in Chicago as part of the Rock and Roll Playhouse Grateful Rockers Father’s Day Celebration on Saturday, June 15. The show is free and open to all ages. Mark your calendars now!

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Mar 20

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The Barton Hills Choir performed with Austin legends Charlie Sexton and Nakia on Friday at the All The Children Boogie: Tribute to David Bowie at the Scottish Rite Theatre, earning many new fans.

Among those impressed was Yahoo Music Editor Lyndsey Parker who named them as one of “The 5 Best Things We Saw at SXSW 2016 Friday.” Parker referred to the BHC members as “little wonders” and declared “These 5th- and 6th-graders were the real cool kids at SXSW.”

Be sure to check out her article for the full story.

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