904 King Street, Belton, TX 76513
Presser Hall was built in 1930 as a result of the Luther fire. In 1978, it was completely renovated. The building was made possible by a gift from the Presser Foundation and it houses the College of Visual and Performing Arts - including music and performance studies. Classrooms, faculty offices, as well as piano and organ practice rooms are in this building. The north end of the building contains Hughes Recital Hall, a 300-seat acoustically perfect recital hall that was renovated in 1976.
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Halloween Headquarters 10/31 6:00pm
Faculty Recital: James Whitis, trombone, with... 11/4 7:30pm
A recital of trombone literature featuring both solos and duets with Professor Whitis, Mr. Hooper and other instrumental guest performers.
FOCUS 11/5 8:30pm
Worship mid-week with prayer and Bible study. Come find a sanctuary, challenge, and encouragement.
Lungta Duo 11/6 7:30pm
Formed in 2012 by percussionist John Lane and trumpeter Amanda Pepping, Lungta is dedicated to creating original works and a personal repertoire based...
Hillman Artist Series: “La Lune” 11/13 7:30pm
Trios and Duos for piano and strings by Faure, Franck, and Debussy, featuring Sandy Yamamoto, violin, Amy Levine-Tsang, cello, and Dr. Michelle Schumann, piano.
Conservatory Costume Recitals 10/30/2014
FOCUS - Shannon Soard 10/29/2014
FOCUS - MEW 10/22/2014
Seminar Missions Minded - Brandon Brewer,... 10/17/2014
University of Mary Hardin-Baylor 11/29/2011
Constructed in 1929 and made possible by a gift from the Presser Foundation, this building contains studios, practice rooms, faculty offices, and the Hughes Recital Hall.
Jennifer Richardson left a review 9/15/2014
My schedule changed & I was unable to attend.
Jennifer Richardson left a positive review 10/14/2014
This Highways & Byways series every year is my favorite FAE!
Leon Cawley left a positive review 10/16/2014
Carolina Chocolate Drops, I have to say that I discovered their music back in 2010 and I thought that what they did, how they performed and with the instruments they performed with was amazing. Their music is pure and historical, very genuine. They are very a very talented group of musicians and seeing them in person was great. Love their music, I feel so blessed not to be stuck on just one genre of music and that I can stand to listen to almost anything and enjoy it.
Thank You Carolina Chocolate Drops for this one of a kind opportunity. Had a great time. I would also like to thank those who were responsible for bringing them to our small town and University. Go UMHB
Steven Wallace left a positive review 9/27/2014
I and my son enjoyed this very very much. He got to talk to the actors on the Sunday showing and was very excited about it.
Celeste Rose left a negative review 9/30/2014
I did not agree with anything she taught. She tried too hard to explain the Bible away, saying that they were only for that time for those people. That is wrong.
Katura Hart left a positive review 9/25/2014
The musical was awesome!
William Ardoin left a positive review 9/25/2014
Brenda McCollum left a positive review 9/25/2014
PHENOMENAL show but I want to say that since this is an FAE event and since STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED to attend these types of things then they should always have first priority to the show.
Leenolia Robinson left a negative review 9/15/2014
it was boring. I thought it was a talk but it was monologue and it wasn't even his own story. :(
Jason Taylor left a positive review 9/15/2014
It was aalot better than I had anticipated!! It brought a serious subject to the front but in a humerous way.