The Houston Saengerbund, founded in 1883, is the oldest musical association in the city. The purpose of the Society is to cultivate the furtherance of song and music, to preserve the German language, to promote the Society's life and to convey good German customs and morals. We welcome all who enjoy singing and celebrating German culture.
Singing practice is held every Tuesday at 7:30pm at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church at 1311 Holman St. Click here for directions...
On February 21, the Houston Saengerbund hosted the second school showcase. Read More
The Houston Saengerbund Damenchor sang at the Printing Museum Houston for the closing ceremony of the Exhibition 'Postcards from the Trenches'. Read More
'Tis the season for Christmas decoration, caroling, mulled wine and Christmas Stollen and cookies. Starting in November the Saengerbund enjoyed bringing Christmas cheer to audiences by singing traditional German Christmas music. We wish all our members, their families and our friends a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. See more pictures...
Houston Brass Band held its 5th Oktoberfest at Christ The King Lutheran Church. Read More
Join us September 20 and 21 for Oktoberfest! Download the flyer.
Houston Saengerbund makes endowment gift to the University of Houston Special Collections at the M.D. Anderson Library. Read More
For the second year in a row, Germany has been ranked the number one most favorably viewed country by the BBC World Service Poll. Read Article at Germany.Info
Houston Saengerbund members participated in the Seven Arches art project with artist Joe Joe Orangias.Read More
Performing in Bellville has been a long standing tradition for us since the mid 1980's. Read More
German students from five schools demonstrated their talents in puppet show, dancing, poetry, prose and skits. Read More