As one the the foremost leaders in publicizing classical music for young people all over Houston, the HYAC continuing this tradition by holding its 25th Anniversary Young Musicians concert.
The mission of the Houston Young Artist’s Concert (HYAC) is to showcase highly talented young classical musicians age 4 to 18 in a variety of venues throughout the city with the hope of fostering a greater appreciation for classical music in the Houston area.
This reunion concert includes former students that have gone on to great success within the classical music community. There are three primary performers this year, including Houston Symphony concertmaster Frank Huang, who will be playing the violin. The stage will be shared with Sophie Shao, an Avery Fisher Award recipiant, playing the cello, and Adam Golka, a renowned Steinway Artist pianist.
This veritable trio will be performing in honor of the Houston Young Artists Association and its 25 years of bringing culture and happiness to many children and residents of the Lone Star State.
The sponsors the this reunion concert include: Houston Endowment, Inc., The Brown Foundation, Inc., The Cullen Trust for the Performing Arts, Albert and Ethel Herzstein Charitable Foundation, Congregation Emanue El, Schissler Foundation, HYAC is funded in part by grants from the city of Houston through the Houston Arts Alliance.
The concert starts at 2:30 pm on May 27th on the sixth floor of the Wortham.