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Fredericksburg Music Club 2006 – 2017 Concert Schedule


Chu-Fang Huang
Concert Pianist

As firstprize winner of the 2005 Cleveland International Piano Competition and a finalist in the 12th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in 2005, Chinese pianist Chu Fang Huang has made concert appearances throughout the United States. She made her Lincoln Center debut at Alice Tully Hall in November 2005 and won the 2006 Young Concert Artists International Auditions.

Huang began studying the piano at age 7 and received a full scholarship to the Shenyang Music Conservatory's precollege division at age 12. She made her U.S. recital debut at 15 in the La Jolla Music Society's Prodigy Series. She went on to receive her bachelor of music degree from the Curtis Institute of Music, where she studied with Claude Frank, and her master of music degree from The Juilliard School, as a student of Robert McDonald. She now is pursuing postgraduate studies at Juilliard.

Chu Fang Huang Concert Pianist


Mercury Baroque Ensemble


Mercury Baroque Ensemble


Adam Holzman
Classical Guitaris

For twenty years, Adam Holzman, recording artist, concert performer, soloist and educator, has been at the forefront of a generation of guitarists. Born in New York City in 1960 Adam began the guitar at the age of 7 as a student of his older brother Bruce and continued his private study with Albert Valdes Blain and Eliot Fisk. He returned to work with his older brother Bruce Holzman at Florida State University where he received his Musical Degrees. In addition he studied in the master classes of Oscar Ghiglia in Siena at the Academia Musicale de Chigiana and at the Aspen music festival. Twice he was chosen to perform in the historic master classes of the legendary Andres Segovia.

Adam Holzman Classical Guitaris


Texas Bach Choir

After their summer break, the Texas Bach Choir, an early music vocal ensemble will perform their premier concert of the 20092010 season. The musical term “a cappella” which means unaccompanied vocal music will allow the audience to enjoy the pure and unmitigated voices of this chorale. The concert will feature the works of four composers: Mendelssohn, Palestrina, Purcell and Monteverdi. This week, Texas Bach Choir Artistic Director, Dr. Daniel Long was interviewed by John Clare of Texas Public Radio’s Classical Spotlight and spoke at length about the ensemble and about the music being performed at this weekend’s concert. Long said that when the choir began it was more of a “Bach Choir” performing exclusively sacred music and only composers of the 19th century. However, recently the troupe is now including other early works that were composed in the first half of the 18th century.

Texas Bach Choir



Classical Brass Quintet

Classic Brass is a professional brass quintet that has been entertaining Southeast Minnesota for over 15 years. Our eclectic musical repertoire includes traditional classical favorites, jazz standards, Broadway show tunes, and more. With hundreds of songs to choose from, we can make your special day a true musical reflection of you. With classics like “Water Music” and “Canon in D” to funloving tunes like “Get me to the Church on Time,” make your day special with the sound of brass!

Classical Brass Quintet


Wild Basin Winds
Woodwind Quintet

The Wild Basin Winds quintet was founded in 1996 by five talented musicians who have performed together in orchestras around the globe for almost two decades.

Wild Basin Winds Woodwind Quintet


Reverend Father
Sean Duggan


The American pianist (and organist), Seán Brett Duggan, OSB, was born in Jersey City. His father was an engineer. When Duggan was four the family moved to Seattle. About three years later, they moved to the Cape Canaveral, Florida, area. Piano lessons for Duggan started at age 10 with the local church organist. He earned his Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance at Loyola University in New Orleans and his Master of Fine Arts degree at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh in 1979. For three years he was the Pittsburgh Opera Company’s pianist and assistant chorus master. He also taught piano at Carnegie Mellon and was a member of the Carnegie Mellon Piano Trio. Duggan left Pittsburgh to enter the Benedictine order at St. Joseph Abbey near Covington, Louisiana, in 1982, graduated summa cum laude with a Master of Arts degree in Theology from Notre Dame Seminary in New Orleans, and was ordained to the priesthood in 1988.

Reverend Father Sean Duggan


Kay & Friends
Piano, Guitar, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute

We were blessed when we found you …
Never have I heard such fantastic music!!! Kay and Friends really outdid themselves. I was laughing, crying, calm and dancing! It would be hard to imagine a more delightful afternoon than was last Sunday.

I sang all the way home. What a lovely afternoon, to experience the many talents of Kay and Friends! I plan to share your schedule with all my friends.
I’m still humming and tapping my feet to the fabulous music. It was a program I’ll never forget. What a wonderful talent God gave them and they all seem to love sharing it with everyone!

Kay & Friends, Piano, Guitar, Saxophone, Clarinet, Flute


Concerts will be held at 3:00 p.m.
Fredericksburg United Methodist Church
1800 N. Llano (Hwy. 16 North) – Fredericksburg, Texas


Fredericksburg Music Club, Inc. - 501 (C) 3 Organization
P.O. Box 1214, Fredericksburg, Texas 78624

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