Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Patron of the Arts concert venues

Learn more about our performance halls!

Construction of the TSC Arts Center in Brownsville, Texas began in March of 2008. The beautiful, 3-floor arts center features an 811-seat main hall, orchestra level and balcony seating, and a gorgeous water-front outdoor terrace. Construction of the TSC Arts Center was made possible in part by Gloria and James Zellerbach, inaugural Patron of the Arts members, as well as many other generous patrons and arts enthusiasts. An impressive roster of guest artists perform in the hall each year; past artists include Marc Webster, Margaret Lattimore, Kevin Bobo, Alisa Jordheim, PROJECT Trio, and Ekachai Jearakul. The Arts Center is also home to the award-winning Bravo Opera Company, Master Chorale, Wind Symphony, Brownsville Sinfonia, Rio Bravo Percussion Ensemble and chamber groups.

The Performing Arts Complex in Edinburg, Texas opened its doors in the fall of 2015 after 2 years of construction. Along with its exquisite 1000-seat performance hall, the arts complex includes four large rehearsal halls, built-in art galleries, and state-of-the-art lighting and sound technology. The Performing Arts Complex is the upper valley venue for Patron of the Arts guest artists, faculty, and student ensemble concerts. The complex is home to ensembles such as the award-winning Mariachi Aztlán, University Choir, Wind Symphony, and Symphony Orchestra.

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