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Even a Pandemic Doesn’t Stop the Music at Festival Hill

  • Since the pandemic started, Round Top Festival Institute has been reinventing itself via online, YouTube and video performances. It all started this past March with a concert piano in a bluebonnet field by James Dick, Round Top Festival Institute Founder. Photo by Don Teague
    Since the pandemic started, Round Top Festival Institute has been reinventing itself via online, YouTube and video performances. It all started this past March with a concert piano in a bluebonnet field by James Dick, Round Top Festival Institute Founder. Photo by Don Teague
The lilting calls of cave swallows in residence in the eaves of the Concert Hall roof are the only music that is heard most days at Festival Hill. Usually this time of year there are over one hundred young musicians, conductors and faculty members on campus. The grounds bustling with students heading to meals, practicing under oak trees and hurrying to Concert Hall rehearsals. The postponed…

 

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