La Follia's 2016-2017 Concert Season

Venue for all concerts is First Presbyterian Church in Austin, Texas (more..)

Photo credit for Nora: Burnell Yow  August 27 (8pm) August 28 (4pm) 

Photo credit for Nora: Burnell Yow 
August 27 (8pm)
August 28 (4pm) 

Animal House

A Family Friendly concert

Featuring great Classical music celebrating our furry and feathered friends.  With special guest Robert Faires as narrator.  Included are Saint-Saëns'  Carnival of the Animals, Bach-Stokowski's Sheep may safely graze, and the Piečaitis Catcerto with Nora the Piano Cat. (more..)


October 8 (8pm) October 9 (4pm)

October 8 (8pm)
October 9 (4pm)

Election 2016:
Bach vs. Mozart
with KMFA 89.5

Our election year spoof

Bach and Mozart face off with their respective running mates, Handel and Haydn.  WE perform their greatest music. Then, based on that, YOU elect the next President and Vice-President of early Classical Music.  Your favorite KMFA 89.5 announcers host this momentous event!  It’s yuge! (more...)


January 7 (8pm) January 8 (4pm)

January 7 (8pm)
January 8 (4pm)

Tell me a story...

Baroque Music for strings which tells a story

Featured are Telemann’s Don Quixote, Biber’s Battle Suite, and Vivaldi’s Winter, from the Four Seasons. (more...)


March 4 (8pm) March 5 (4pm)

March 4 (8pm)
March 5 (4pm)

A Chamber Concert with Anton nel

on Classical Period instruments

Chamber music on period instruments by Mozart, Haydn, and Beethoven.  Featured is Beethoven’s piano quartet, Op. 16. Anton Nel on fortepiano, with Stephen Redfield, violin, Marcus McGuff, flute, Bruce Williams, viola, and Katie Rietman, cello (more...)


April 1 (8pm) April 2 (4pm)

April 1 (8pm)
April 2 (4pm)

Fooled Ya!
with KMFA

Celebrate April Fools's with Suzanne Bona

Suzanne Bona, creator and host of the nationally syndicated “Sunday Baroque” radio program helps us celebrate KMFA’s 50th anniversary.  In this April Fool’s special, we perform beautiful, often very famous, works, which are either completely mis-attributed or forgeries.  Great fun with Suzanne personally engaging the audience. (more...)