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Sunday, March 24, 2013 – 4pm

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Rob began studying the piano at the age of three and made his "debut" on the Art Linkletter House Party program at the age of four, receiving great applause and kudos from both Mr. Linkletter and Tommy Dorsey, who was on the same broadcast.

A native Houstonian, Rob has performed in the United States, Canada, Norway, and many parts of Europe.

Landes is widely known as a pianist, organist, arranger, conductor and published composer. He is associated with six national publishers, including Hinshaw Publishers, Sacred Music Press, Alliance Music and Fred Bock Music.

Landes collaborate with Dr. Signey Berger for eight years in writing musicals for the Children's Theatre festival at the University of Houston. They have written eight musicals, two of which have been published. In addition, in 2007 Landes collaborated with Kate Pogue on "the Shoemaker and the Christmas Elves" which was presented by Theatre Under The Stars at the Hobby Center during the Christmas Season. This will be an annual presentation by TUTS.

In the late 60s Landes was the keyboardist with the nationally known rock group fever tree. They released four national albums, and their music is still heard all over the world. Several fever tree albums have been re-mastered and re-released in recent years; they are available on the internet.

The Rob Landes Trio is well known for performances in concert at Jones Hall, The Wortham Theatre, The Tower Theatre, The Houston Jazz Festival, The Grand 1894 Opera House as well as many supper clubs and hotels in Houston and around the country. The Rob Landes Trio appeared weekly for three years on Channel 13's "Good Morning Houston

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