Mid-Texas Symphony Concert
Mid-Texas Symphony Concert chamber players perform in honor of National Library Week.
Mid-Texas Symphony was founded in 1978 by a professor of piano at Texas Lutheran University who engineered what many said was impossible.
Professor Anita Windecker, a gifted pianist and passionate educator, believed the communities of Seguin and New Braunfels could support and needed, a professional orchestra.
She knew — and persuaded others — that with creativity, energy, careful planning, and organization, two small communities with the help of a small university could bring high-quality classical music and associated educational programming to an area with a small population that was not rich in cultural opportunities.
The mission of the Mid-Texas Symphony, as set forth in its charter, is to “foster, promote and increase musical knowledge and appreciation by the public, including students, through educational activities.”
Mid-Texas Symphony is the area’s only professional orchestra.