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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My Name is Bill: An Afternoon with an Alcoholic 7:30pm 9/16
My Name is Bill is a thought-provoking production that tells the story of Bill Wilson, the founder of Alcoholics Anonymous. It reveals the cause and...
UMHB Musical Theatre presents “You’re a Good... 2:30pm 9/26
This production describes the events in the life of Charlie Brown all strung together in a single day. Music & lyrics by Clark Gesner. Ticket Prices:...
Highways & Byways Concert Series: Carolina... 7:30pm 10/15
The Carolina Chocolate Drops is an old-time string band from Durham, North Carolina. Their 2010 album, Genuine Negro Jig, won the Grammy Award for Best...
Paige Knox Student Recital 7:30pm 10/16
Kindermusik Summer Play Date 7/30/2013
Conservatory Flute Choir 7/30/2013
Conservatory Flute Choir 8/6/2013
Conservatory Flute Choir 8/13/2013
Conservatory Flute Choir 8/20/2013
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.
Kevin Weck left a positive review 4/28/2014
It was a great evening. I especially enjoyed the fellowship after.
Matthew Irvine left a positive review 11/24/2013
Nick did really well!
Chenyang Zhao left a positive review 9/23/2013
Brenda McCollum left a negative review 9/18/2013