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Jacqueline Baer
(214) 559-8352
jacqueline.baer@tsrh.org

UT Longhorn Singers to Kickoff TX/OU Weekend at Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children

UT LONGHORN SINGERS TO KICK OFF TX/OU WEEKEND AT
TEXAS SCOTTISH RITE HOSPITAL FOR CHILDREN
WHO: The University of Texas at Austin Longhorn Singers
Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children (TSRHC) patients, families and staff

WHAT: Members of The University of Texas at Austin Longhorn Singers will kick off the TX/OU weekend and perform for TSRHC patients, friends and staff. This will be the 13th year for the singers to visit the hospital.

WHEN: Friday, October 7, 2011
1:30 p.m. – The University of Texas at Austin Longhorn Singers perform

WHERE: Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children
2222 Welborn Street
Dallas, Texas 75219
*Please meet TSRHC representative at main entrance to be escorted to the event.

ABOUT UT LONGHORN SINGERS: Longhorn Singers was founded in 1958 when Dr. Morris Beachy, then head of the Choral Program at UT, decided to combine the Men’s Glee Club and the Women’s Glee Club into one performing ensemble. He envisioned an entirely different kind of group for the University, attracting music majors and non-music majors alike to participate in a type of performance that would convey a new sense of Texas pride on both the University and state level. Now, half a century later, the group has evolved into the well-known official show choir of The University of Texas at Austin.

ABOUT TSRHC: Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children is one of the nation’s leading pediatric centers for the treatment of orthopaedic conditions, certain related neurological disorders and learning disorders, such as dyslexia. Admission is open to Texas children from birth up to 18 years of age. Patients receive treatment regardless of the family’s ability to pay. For more information, to volunteer or to make a donation, please call (214) 559-5000 or (800) 421-1121 or visit www.tsrhc.org.
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