Sue & Frank Mayborn Performing Arts Center

The Sue & Frank Performing Arts Center opened in 2017 and holds two premiere venues: The Baugh Performance Hall and Fikes Chamber Hall.

810 Main St, Belton, TX 76513

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Mon-Fri: 1pm-4pm


Upcoming Events

The Dean’s Series for the College of Visual & Performing Arts at UMHB is pleased to present Emily & Jonathan Gary in concert on Friday, February 4, 2022 at...

2/4 7:30pm

Join us to hear Jeffery Carl, an artist based outside Chicago, whose work explores how our relationship to geography informs our self-understanding, the...

2/17 4pm

The Doctor of Physical Therapy program will honor second year students who have completed their coursework and are moving forward to the clinical phase of...

2/19 9:30am

Join us for an evening of musical entertainment from the UMHB Wind Ensemble and Jazz Ensemble.

2/22 7:30pm

A Pre-UIL Concert & Sight-Reading event for Region 8 middle school and high school bands.

2/23 8am

Recent Events

Recent Activity

Jonathan Gary left a positive review 4/22/2021

This lecture-organ recital was informative and the music was lovely. I learned a great deal about the history of the pipe organ.

Kimberley Smith left a positive review 4/15/2021

Great job everyone!

Morgan Ross left a positive review 11/12/2020

I thought this performance was great. It was fun and lively and a great event to go see.

Jonathan Gary left a positive review 11/13/2020

Rhythmically energetic!!!!

Jonathan Gary left a positive review 11/10/2020

Well Done!

Jonathan Gary left a positive review 11/5/2020

An awesome performance!

Jonathan Gary left a positive review 10/23/2020

The TSO String Quartet presented a wonderful program.

Jonathan Gary left a positive review 10/20/2020

The students did the best they could.

Sean Benson left a negative review 9/27/2020

I thought the talk, while vaguely interesting, had much less to say about art than was promised from the advertisement. That she had no visuals or other materials beyond her book covers made the lecture tedious to listen to. That she also took Peter Singer's views on art as merely an instrumental good to be too easy; surely there are better arguments to contend against.

Jonathan Gary left a positive review 9/19/2018