Mon-Thu 7:30 am-5:15 pm, Fri 7:30 am-12:30 pm

UPCOMING EVENTS

  • 5th
    Physics Education
    • The Texas sections AAPT & APS, and Zone 13 of the Society of Physics Students, meet March 5-7.

      For more information, including registration details and the locations of the various events, see www.lee.edu/tsaapt2015.

  • 9th
    Spring Break
    • Lee College will be closed March 9-15 in observance of Spring Break.

  • 14th
    Texas Tenors
    • The Texas Tenors will perform
      at 7:30 p.m. Sat., March 14, in the Performing Arts Center.

      You’ve seen The Texas Tenors make it to the final rounds of the national television competition show “America’s Got Talent,” and watched them delight the crowd in their own Emmy Award-winning PBS concert special — now make plans to catch the cowboy-hatted trio live next month at the Lee College Performing Arts Center (PAC).

      The Texas Tenors will perform with the Baytown Symphony Orchestra at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 14. Tickets are $45-65 and available for purchase online at www.lee.edu/pac, or by calling the Box Office at 281.425.6255. Concertgoers are advised to buy their tickets early; last year’s Texas Tenors show at the PAC was a sell-out, and this year’s show is expected to repeat the trend.

      The Texas Tenors

      The Texas Tenors

      Known for blending their country roots with a classical sound, The Texas Tenors are “three friends with a dream” who have showcased their unique vocal talents, lush harmonies and special brand of cowboy charm in more than 800 concerts around the world since appearing on “America’s Got Talent” in 2009. The group’s diverse repertoire covers everything from Alabama to Puccini, with Broadway, pop and contemporary music also in the mix — making each live performance a memorable and musically impressive experience for the whole family to enjoy.

      Their 2013 country-themed album, “You Should Dream,” reached the Top 10 and features traditional favorites like “God Bless the USA” and “Unchained Melody,” as well as two original songs and the backing of a 65-piece orchestra. In 2014, Billboard magazine named The Texas Tenors the No. 10 classical artists in the world, and the trio is routinely the premiere attraction in the tourist hub of Branson, Mo., where they perform 60 concerts at the Starlite Theatre each year.