Thursday, March 30 | 6:00 p.m. | Neill-Cochran House Museum

In honor of Women’s History Month, harp and oboe duo Duo da Capo presents an evening of classical music composed, arranged, and inspired by women. This performance will take place in the NCHM Exhibit Room surrounded by the art exhibit, Signs and Symbols: The Trees are Talking, by outstanding local artist, Rejina Thomas. Experience this celebration of women in art!

Duo da Capo is a pair of local classically-trained performers with national experience and distinction. Let their lovely music warm your heart at this intimate performance inside the Museum.

Sarah Oliver

Harpist Sarah Oliver is an active freelance musician within the Austin area. A versatile player, Sarah is confident when performing among orchestras, choirs, and chamber ensembles. Recent collaborations include the Austin Symphony, Austin Opera, and Chorus Austin. A passionate educator, Sarah is a faculty member at Southwestern University, as well as owner of Studio Da Capo, which focuses on injury prevention and rehabilitation for musicians.

Jaleen Seshadri

Jaleen Seshadri has been a performer and educator for over 20 years. A native of central New York state, she received a Bachelor's of Music in Oboe performance from Berklee College of Music, and a Master's of Music in Oboe performance from New England Conservatory of Music. Her performance credits include: principal oboe with the US Army Forces Command Band, Augusta Symphony, Silicon Valley Symphony and she performs regularly with Austin Symphony and Opera, Temple Symphony Orchestra, Corpus Christi Symphony, Victoria Symphony and San Antonio Opera. As an educator, Ms. Seshadri was formerly on faculty at Santa Clara University and currently maintains an active oboe studio in Round Rock. She has 2 musical children, Gabriel (13) and Anna (11) and enjoys exploring the beautiful state and national parks, climbing, trail running and cooking (when she's not making reeds!).


Event Details

Ticket Information

  • Cost: $25.00 -$30.00

Presenter Details

  • Name: Neill-Cochran House Museum
  • Just a few minutes' walk from the UT Austin campus, we steward one of the city's oldest historic residences (1856), including Austin's only intact slave quarters.

    We share our site, Austin, and Texas history from the city's birth in 1839 up to 1930 through historically furnished spaces as well as numerous rotating art and history exhibitions.

    The Neill-Cochran House Museum is owned by the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America in Texas.

Venue Details

  • Address: 2310 SAN GABRIEL ST
  • City: Austin
  • State: TX
  • Zip: 78705