Music of Mozart, Schubert Featured In Tyler Concert


The fine arts series of Tyler’s First Presbyterian Church, in cooperation with the East Texas Symphony Association, welcomes 2014 with an afternoon of chamber music of Mozart and Schubert at Liberty Hall.

The program is open to the public at no charge, and free valet parking is available at the entrance to the theater. The music starts at 4 p.m. on January 12 at 103 East Erwin Street, Tyler.

Artists include principal string players from the East Texas Symphony Orchestra with compositions by Mozart and Schubert. Individual artists are Judy Biondini and Jeffrey Ford, piano; Holly Marsh, soprano; and Claudia Carroll, flute, with Donald Duncan accompanying Marsh and Carroll at the piano. Listeners can meet the artists at a reception following the concert.

The public can download a brochure of the church’s entire 2013-2014 fine arts series at with dates of appearances by guest artists soprano Angela Brown and pianist Kelleen Strutz, the Tyler Youth Orchestra, the Voices of Faith, the UT-Tyler Patriot Singers and University Chorale, and the Tyler Civic Chorale.

Specific information is available by calling Donald Duncan, the church’s director of music and organist, at 903.597.6317, visiting the fine arts series’ Facebook page, or sending an e-mail to

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