***UPDATE FOR THE MAY 1st TROUT FISHING/WHEATFIELD CONCERT:
Due to the 90% chance of rain on Saturday, the May 1st concert has been moved to the Cailloux Theater in Kerrville and scheduled for a 7pm reception and a 7:30pm show.
Details are published below and an update will be emailed to all who have RSVP'd. Please check your email and this web page for updates.
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THE KERRVILLE FOLK FESTIVAL FOUNDATION & SCHREINER UNIVERSITY PRESENT:
Music at the Mansion
ABOUT THE SERIES
Music at the Mansion is a concert series presented by the Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation and Schreiner University. The Kerrville Folk Festival wanted an opportunity to give Kerrville residents a taste of the music Kerrville Folk Fest attendees come to Kerrville to hear each year. Schreiner University owned the Schreiner Mansion located in downtown Kerrville and wanted to demonstrate the use of the Mansion as a place for events. From its inception in 2013, the concerts were offered as a series of six concerts a year and attendees purchased an annual membership. In 2015 the ownership of the Schreiner Mansion was transferred from Schreiner University to the Cailloux Foundation, and the series was moved from the Schreiner Mansion to the Schreiner University Campus.
Each concert features two artists. Artists invited to play Music at the Mansion are all songwriters who have played or are booked to play at the Kerrville Folk Festival.
Memberships are $500 and include admission for two along with a pre-concert reception giving guests a chance to mingle with one another and the artists prior to the show. No more than 45 memberships are sold each year to assure guests have a quality, intimate experience.
Each year, the February Concert is designated as a time when members can bring guests or those interested in becoming members may attend for a preview of the experience. Members typically turn in their annual renewals at this concert. Members are asked to RSVP for each concert to determine if there is any space available for guests. Subject to availability, individuals may attend a concert for $50. Additionally, Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation members may make a reservation and attend one concert a year, free of charge, subject to availability.
For additional information or to make a reservation for a concert, please contact Debbie Scott at Schreiner University. Her email address is email@example.com and her phone number is 830-792-7355.
Sustaining Membership ($500): Personal patronage for the series, entitling the member to two tickets to each concert and admission to each reception. Recognition as a supporter of the series, and first option on additional tickets and subsequent season renewal.
Gold Sponsors ($1,000): Business or Organizational sponsorship, enabling us to display your entity name/logo on all advertising and promotional materials. Gold sponsors will also receive two tickets to each concert and admission to each reception.
Artist Underwriter ($2,500): Organization receives “Presented by” credits on all advertising and promotional materials for one concert. In addition, the Artist Underwriter will receive 10 tickets to that concert, and 10 VIP admissions to the reception.
Series Underwriter ($5,000): Organization receives “Presented by” credits on all advertising and promotional materials for the season. In addition, the Series Underwriter will receive 10 tickets to each concert, and 10 VIP admissions to each reception.
The 2021 Music at the Mansion Concert Series
Due to COVID-19, presenters (Schreiner University and the Kerrville Folk Festival Foundation) formulated a plan to re-start the series in March 2021 with safety as the priority. The first three concerts of the 2021 series will take place at Threadgill Theater on Quiet Valley Ranch in order to provide seating in an open-air environment. Although the normal seating capacity for Threadgill is approximately 800, with appropriate social distancing, the capacity is 100.
Guests and artists are required to wear masks except when seated or performing. Reception food is provided in boxes which can be taken to guests’ seats. All facilities are sanitized before and after the concerts and hand sanitizer is stationed in several locations. The concerts were rescheduled from Friday evenings to Saturday afternoons both for comfort, safety, and to provide featured artists with more flexibility when making their travel plans.
There will be an additional concert on June 12, 2021 to makeup for the cancelled Nov 2020 concert. All attendees from the 2020 series are invited to attend at the Schreiner University Trailhead Beer Garden.
The final three concerts of the 2021 series will be held at the Schreiner Junkin Campus Ministry Center.
2021 Music at the Mansion Series Schedule
Saturday March 20, 3:30 p.m. - Quiet Valley Ranch
· Walt & Tina Wilkins
Saturday April 24, 3:30 p.m. - Quiet Valley Ranch
· Siobhan Quinn & Michael Bowers
· The Limeliters
Saturday May 1, 3:30 p.m. - Quiet Valley Ranch
· Trout Fishing in America
Saturday June 12, 3:30 p.m. - Schreiner Univ. Trailhead Beer Garden
(makeup concert for November 2020 cancellation)
· The Texicana Mamas
Saturday Sept. 11, 3:30 p.m. - Schreiner Junkin Campus Ministry Center
· Doug Wintch
· Miss Brown to You
(Mary Reynolds & Louise Goldberg w/Beth Galiger)
Saturday Oct. 23, 3:30 p.m. - Schreiner Junkin Campus Ministry Center
· Mike Williams
· Bob Livingston
Saturday Dec. 4, 3:30 p.m. - Schreiner Junkin Campus Ministry Center
· Tom Kimmel, Tom Prasada-Rao & Kate Wallace (In-the-Round)
PREVIOUS MUSIC AT THE MANSION SERIES ARTISTS
The Flyin' A's
Walt Wilkins, Susan Gibson, Michael Hearne
The Flyin’ A’s
Warren Hood & Marshall Hood
Kevin & Dustin Welch
Albert & Gage
Freddy & Francine
Cosy Sheridan with Charlie Koch
Shake Russell & Michael Hearne
Doug Wintch & Anke Summerhill
Bill & Mary Muse
John Inmon (played for Jimmy LaFave)
Trout Fishing in America
Albert & Gage
Tom Prasada Rao