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Texas Toot, Inc.
(formerly known as The Texas Early Music Festival)
NOW AVAILABLE: Please visit the Summer Toot page on the AEM website for full information about classes and registration!
Because of the pandemic, the 2021 Summer Toot is being presented online, through the gracious support of Amherst Early Music (AEM). It will be structured very much like the Fall 2020 Toot, with a Friday meet-and-greet followed by Saturday and Sunday classes. The dates are August 13-15, 2021.
Our featured faculty this year include:
For over forty years, we've been holding workshops and providing early music fun and learning for amateurs and aficionados alike!
The Summer Toot 2022 will be held at Schreiner University in Kerrville, Texas.
The Texas Toot
Daniel Johnson, Workshop Director
Susan Richter, Assistant Director
Feel free to write, call, or email us if you have questions or need further information.Danny Johnson
Attn: Texas Toot
PO Box 4328
Austin TX 78765
Phone: (512) 578-8040
November 21 and 22, 2020
AEM ONLINE hosts the FALL 2020 TEXAS TOOT!
Directed by: Danny Johnson and Susan Richter
Click on the Fall Toot link in the left menu to see more details, including all the classes offered and the schedule. Thanks a million to Amherst Early Music for making this Online Toot possible!
We're not sure what the coming year will bring, but we hope there will be joyous celebration of playing together in person once again! If not, then at least (necessity being the mother of invention) enterprising people have made great leaps in technology, letting us come virtually together to play the music we love.
For over forty years, we've been holding workshops and providing early music fun and learning for amateurs and aficionados alike! The Fall Toot is normally held at Lakeview Methodist Conference Center near Palestine, Texas.
Here are two easy ways to support the Texas Toot, any time of year!
(1) If you are an Amazon or Amazon Prime shopper: click here to sign up for Amazon Smile. Then, just start your shopping from https://smile.amazon.com/, and the Toot will benefit from almost everything you buy — at no extra cost to you!
(2) Donate to the Texas Toot quickly and easily through PayPal. You need not have a PayPal account; they will securely process a payment from your own credit card.
Press the Donate button below to go to the Paypal site;
enter your payment information and the amount to give once
you are on their secure site (look for a Lock symbol, or the URL starting
"https" to see that it is secured).
The Texas Toot is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation, organized "to promote the preservation and performance of early music by amateur musicians with voice and reproductions of period instruments". Donations to the Texas Toot are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law, and you will receive a receipt for tax purposes.
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