THE BEST CHRISTMAS GIFT FOR YOUR MUSIC-LOVING FRIENDS

at an AMAZING affordable price

Give the gift of La Follia this Christmas.  We are offering a 3-Concert Package at an amazing, affordable price, in a format that makes your gift  meaningful for your friends and painless to you.

The concerts included in the package are "Start the New Year with Bach" in January; "Masterworks of Mozart and Haydn on Classical Period instruments" in March; and "Herd of Harpsichords VI, with Anton Nel" in April.  Further concert details are shown elsewhere on this page.

The cost?  $75 for standard admission, $60 for seniors, for ALL THREE CONCERTS.

We will even provide you a beautiful holiday-themed card in which to enclose the tickets, at no additional cost.

To order, follow these simple steps:
1. Order the package by clicking here.  Request physical tickets if you wish something tangible to give.
2. If you also wish a holiday-themed card (samples shown below), either e-mail to info@lafollia.org or call 512-879-6404 with your mailing address and one will be promptly mailed to you. 

Concerts in the 3-package offer

January 2 (8pm) January 3 (4pm) Start the New Year with Bach! Masterworks by J.S. Bach with Stephen Redfield, Marcus McGuff, Jane Leggiero, and Keith Womer  (more...)

January 2 (8pm) January 3 (4pm)

Start the New Year with Bach!

Masterworks by J.S. Bach with Stephen Redfield, Marcus McGuff, Jane Leggiero, and Keith Womer  (more...)

March 5 (8pm) March 6 (4pm) Masterworks of Mozart and Haydn on Classical Period instruments with Brian Shaw, keyed trumpet and Go Yamamoto, violin (more...)

March 5 (8pm)
March 6 (4pm)

Masterworks of Mozart and Haydn on Classical Period instruments

with Brian Shaw, keyed trumpet and Go Yamamoto, violin (more...)

April 9 (8pm) April 10 (4pm) Herd of Harpsichords VI with Anton Nel on harpsichord and fortepiano, joined by Keith Womer, performing concertos for 2 keyboards and orchestra by Bach and his sons (more..)

April 9 (8pm)
April 10 (4pm)

Herd of Harpsichords VI

with Anton Nel on harpsichord and fortepiano, joined by Keith Womer,
performing concertos for 2 keyboards and orchestra by Bach and his sons (more..)