Wednesday, May 13, 2015
10:00 A. M.
Lakewood Yacht Club, 2425 NASA Parkway, Seabrook
Megan Elizabeth Caukett, Harpist
Teresa Procter, Mezzo Soprano
program will feature harpist, Meghan Elizabeth Caulkett (left) and mezzo
soprano Teresa Procter (right). Meghan is the founder of 47 Strings, an
innovative organization with a mission of bringing the harp out of the
concert hall. Within the last three years, over 70 solo harp and chamber
music concerts have been presented throughout the greater Houston area
in schools, hospitals, for senior groups and in concert series. Meghan
is in her fourth season as the Principal Harpist of both the Baton Rouge
Symphony Orchestra and the Symphony of Southeast Texas. She has
performed with the Houston Symphony, the San Antonio Symphony, Dallas
Opera, Musiqa and the Greenbriar Consortium.
Mezzo soprano, Teresa Procter delights in operatic, chamber and concert performance and is a strong advocate for ensuring the accessibility of classical music. Teresa is an HGOco Artist with the Houston Grand Opera, a member and frequent soloist in the Bach Society of Houston and works with the national organization, Music for Autism.
Both Meghan and Teresa hold master’s degrees in music performance from Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music. They have also been named Young Artists with Da Camera of Houston and Teaching Artists with Young Audiences of Houston.
The 47 Strings Harp and Voice Duo Recital will feature selections from “Three Sephardic Songs” by Castelnuevo-Tedesco and “As a Guitar” by Poulenc. Additional pieces by composers such as Britten, Malotte and Ravel will also be performed.
The May 13 Luncheon includes a wonderful lunch in a lovely setting, an entertaining program, and the installation of officers for the upcoming year. You do not want to miss it!
Reservations Required, Deadline May 8.
To make reservations at $30.00 each, contact Carole Murphy at:
15706 Craighurst Dr.
Houston, Texas 77059
The Houston Symphony League Bay Area (HSLBA) is a dream realized by Fran Strong and Selma Neumann, the first presidents.
Chartered in 1976 under the auspices of the Houston Symphony, its mission is to promote music appreciation and enrichment.
HSLBA presents music programs for all students in CCISD elementary schools.
Membership is open to anyone who wants to enjoy, support or promote the music of the Houston Symphony. Guests are always welcome.
For further information about monthly meetings contact us at 281-488-4459.