Crossing the Divide: The concerts


Concert Showcase I

Friday, Jan. 26, 6:30pm

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 8134 Mesa

Featuring 25-minute programs from the Texas Tech University Choir (Lubbock), Texas State Chorale (San Marcos), and Judson High School (San Antonio). Tickets: $10.


Concert Showcase II

Saturday, Jan. 27, 2pm

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 8134 Mesa

Featuring 25-minute programs from the UT Concert Chorale and St. Stephen's Episcopal School Choir. Tickets: $10.


Conspirare American Showcase

Saturday, Jan. 27, 8pm

St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 8134 Mesa

This special showcase concert by Craig Hella Johnson and Conspirare is already sold out, but it will feature works by some of America's most renowned composers, including the world premiere of Stephen Paulus' commissioned composition, to be introduced by the composer himself.


Closing Gala Concert

Sunday, Jan. 28, 4pm

Riverbend Centre, 4214 Capital of TX Hwy.

The culmination of the American Masterpieces Festival features Craig Hella Johnson and special guests Weston Noble (Luther College), Joseph Jennings (Chanticleer), Stephen Paulus (award-winning composer), Rob Kapilow (Lincoln Center What Makes It Great? series), Mark Shapiro (Cantori New York), and Henry Leck (Indianapolis Children's Choir), and choirs from around the region. Tickets: $10.

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