Fall Concert Series
The Fall Concert Series is four to five educational, culturally relevant, and historically significant concerts and performances from September through December. These performances feature accomplished local artists and consist of ensembles, soloists, bands, singers, and dancers in various musical styles and genres.
September 16 | 6:00 p.m.
Celina Rotundo and Hugo Patyn are Argentine Tango dancers and choreographers who dazzle the world, both on stage and in every class or workshop they teach.
They possess an especially particular connection and style, making them first-class dancers with an extensive dance background. They have danced around the world, presenting challenging, intense, and sensual choreographies with history. As instructors, they have initiated and inspired hundreds of students around the world.
Odysseus Chamber Players
Monday, October 25 | 6:00 p.m.
Enjoy an evening of intimate and captivating chamber music by the Odysseus Chamber Players, a McKinney Philharmonic Orchestra ensemble. They will perform Franz Schubert’s String Quintet in C Major, led by Jason Lim, the Artistic Director and conductor of the Odysseus North Texas Chamber Orchestra, a group he founded in 2012.
- Marina Dichenko, Violin
- Diana Ramirez Rosales, Violin
- Jason Lim, Viola
- Tess Crowther, Cello
- Emmanuel Kwok, Cello
Pete Branham Group
Thursday, November 18 | 7:00 p.m.
Join us for an evening in the Library after hours for an evening of classic and contemporary jazz music.
Based in Dallas, Texas, The Pete Branham Group has performed across the U.S. for such companies as Microsoft, American Airlines, Neiman Marcus, and the Dallas Mavericks, as well as numerous weddings.
From classic jazz standards to crowd-pleasing favorites such as Frank Sinatra, Harry Connick, Will Farrell, Alicia Keys, Isleys, Earth Wind and Fire, Stevie Wonder, the band’s repertoire spans decades of popular music.
Bell Conte Ringers
Monday, December 20 | 6:00 p.m.
Enjoy an evening of holiday carols with an accomplished bell choir, the Bell Conte ringers of the Arlington Heights United Methodist Church.
What Can You Expect at a Musical Performance?
Every performance the Library hosts is unique and captivating, engaging each audience member through music and stories. Here is what our patrons have experienced at previous performances:
- A place for family and friends to gather for a cultural experience
- Interactions with the performers and their instruments
- Inside look at the life of an artist
- Learning the history of the music performed
- Discovering new music
- A chance to appreciate performances you might not otherwise see or hear on your own