Gran Fondo Texas

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RBC Gran Fondo Texas is a BP MS 150 recommended ride on April 7, 2019 in Montgomery, TX. All of our net proceeds are given to the Texas Medical Center Orchestra and the National MS Society. We are an all volunteer organization with no paid staff.  Each year the RBC Gran Fondo relies on nearly 200 volunteers to help create a great rider experience.

For registration, volunteer or sponsorship opportunities, please go to https://granfondotexas.org/home

RBC Gran Fondo Texas Charity Bike Ride Absolute Success

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RBC Gran Fondo Texas, a component of TMCO, contributed $36,000 to the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and $18,000 to the Montgomery County Food Bank following its very successful Bike Ride in April.  Pictured are Libi Lebel, Artistic Director of TMCO, Ken Sebek, Executive Director of TMCO, Alan Fritsche, Treasurer of the Gran Fondo Steering Committee, Allison Hulett, President and CEO of the Montgomery County Food Bank, Rick Lewis, Chairman of the Gran Fondo Steering Committee, George Carter, Director of MS Society, Lori Magin, Director of Development of Montgomery County Food Bank.

The American Prize in Orchestral Performance—Semi-Finalists, Community Orchestra Division, 2017-18

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Great News! The Texas Medical Center Orchestra has just been selected as a semi-finalist in the community orchestra division of The American Prize national non-profit competitions in the performing arts. The American Prize will be announcing finalists in our division in several weeks. You can learn more about this prestigious national competition here: www.theamericanprize.org or follow the news on social media: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-American-Prize-celebrating-American-excellence-in-the-arts/214320622728 or https://twitter.com/americanprize.

TMCO was selected as a semi-finalist in the community orchestra division of The American Prize ERNST BACON MEMORIAL AWARD in the performance of American music for our performance of Copland’s Appalachian Spring. As you may recall, TMCO was awarded 3rd place last year and we are very proud to return as a semi-finalist this year.

TMCO Named “BEST COMMUNITY ORCHESTRA” in the United States

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We are pleased to announce that the Texas Medical Center Orchestra (TMCO) has been awarded The American Prize as the best community based orchestra in the United States for the 2016-2017 season. Recently, TMCO won Third Place in The American Prize ERNST BACON MEMORIAL AWARD in the Performance of American Music, community division 2016.

This award was for their performances of Bernstein – Candide Overture, Ron Nelson – Savannah River Holiday and Grofe – Mississippi Suite. The American Prize is a series of new, non-profit national competitions in the performing arts providing cash awards, professional adjudication and regional, national and international recognition for the best recorded performances by ensembles and individuals each year in the United States at the professional, college/university, church, community and secondary school levels. Administered by Hat City Music Theater, Inc., a nonprofit organization based in Danbury, Connecticut, The American Prize was founded in 2009 and is awarded annually. The competitions of The American Prize are open to all U.S. citizens, whether living in this country or abroad, and to others currently living, working and/or studying in the United States of America, its protectorates and territories.