Welcome to the East Texas hub for fine music.


Welcome to another season of fine music making at First Presbyterian Church of Tyler. FPC has long been a hub for the fine arts in East Texas, and the 2017-18 season is no exception. The lineup features internationally touring musicians and local all-stars, perennial favorites and bold new sounds, sacred masterpieces and beloved sing-along tunes. Designed to have a wide appeal to audiences with diverse musical tastes, this season will not disappoint.

Last year, over six thousand people came through our doors to hear a diversity of musical offerings—from Southern Gospel to Mozart and everything in between. This new season continues our goal to expand the concert series, offering high quality sacred and secular music to an ever-increasing audience of East Texans seeking an encounter with the divine through music. There's something to pique everyone's interest in Fine Arts at First Presbyterian Church.


Explore the 2017-18 Season LINEUP

Sunday afternoon free concerts sponsored by the church and donors

The University Connection

September 10       Weston Jennings, Organ Concert
4 pm                      New Director of Music and Organist at FPC     

October 1              Baroque Trumpets and Mezzo Soprano
4 pm                      John Holt, North Texas Trumpet professor
                              English Mezzo Soprano, Sophia Grech
                              German Baroque Trumpet Artist, Crispian Steele-Perkins

October 22            Jazz Brunch with the Lynn Seaton Trio
12 pm                     North Texas Jazz bass professor plus other faculty

November 12          Baylor Brass Quintet
4 pm                        Baylor University Resident Faculty Brass Quintet

February 4              Stone Fort Wind Quintet
4 pm                        Stephen F. Austin State University Faculty Wind Quintet;
                                Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, Bassoon French Horn

April 15                   Trio Colorida
4 pm                        Judy Biondini, Piano
                                Michael Thrasher, Clarinet, Florida State, 
Associate Dean for                                                 Academic Affairs, Department of Music
                                Greg Sauer, Cello, Florida State Faculty
                  

May 6                       HarpBeats
4 pm                         University of North Texas Harp Ensemble


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