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Brazosport Symphony Orchestra presents Music with Friends!

Saturday, October 24
7:30 PM
First Baptist Church of Lake Jackson
Brazosport Symphony Orchestra is proud to present Music with Friends. This will be BSO’s first-ever concert dedicated exclusively to chamber music, which you may recognize as a form of classical music that is composed for a small group of instruments—traditionally a group that could fit in a palace chamber or a large room. This event will provide a perfect opportunity to present some fabulous music featuring each of the “families” of the orchestra, while providing a safe, socially distanced environment for performers and audience alike. 
 
 Music with Friends will include a diverse program that will appeal to our friends who love classical music, and to those who prefer selections that are more modern:  
“A Serenade of Serenades” – a sampling of some of the beautiful string pieces of Tchaikovsky, Dvorak and Mozart.  
A Carmen Fantasy – a fun medley from the opera of Georges Bizet performed by the BSO’s woodwind quintet, The Gulf Winds.
Black Racer – an intense percussion ensemble evoking snake-like images.  Performed by four of our local school districts’ percussion instructors. 
Mozart – Flute Concerto No. 1 in G-Major – performed by Simone Marshall – winner, 2020 Whit Phillips Young Artist Competition.  
New Horizons – The BSO brass and percussion will perform the world premiere of this exciting fanfare composed by long-time BSO member band director Jerry Crummel.   

Seating is limited. Click here to purchase your Build Your Own Plan tickets and make your reservations soon for our exciting 2020-2021 season opener! The BYOP ticketing option and discount will end on October 31 and is the only “membership” plan for BSO this season.


Tickets are $25/adults, $22/seniors & veterans, $16/students.

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