“Jazz Meets Classical: Featuring Robert Walzel” concert featured in The Facts

The Facts featured Brazosport Symphony Orchestra’s Jazz Meets Classical: Featuring Robert Walzel in today’s (4/1) paper in advance of the upcoming concert, scheduled for Saturday, April 2 at 7:30 PM at The Clarion.

BSO president Paula Matzke talked about the concert’s special guests (and former Lake Jackson residents) Walzel and Jill Wagner Stewart, as well as the contribution of Ryan Lindveit, who composed an original piece featuring the melodies composed by the 2022 Young Melody winners. This year’s winners are three young ladies from local elementary and intermediate schools: Evalyn Pearson, Dianaly Torres and Susanne Espinoza.

Read the story online at The Facts and THEN purchase your tickets to the concert!

Brazosport Symphony Orchestra’s “Playing with Fire!” concert featured in The Facts

Brazosport Symphony Orchestra’s fourth concert of the 2021-2022 season, “Playing with Fire!”, was recently featured in The Facts before the decision was made to postpone it due to facility closures at Brazosport College and The Clarion. The online article has been updated to reflect the new event date.

Hear from BSO conductor Brian Casey and president Paula Matzke about the upcoming concert, including the 2022 Composition Contest winner and the fire-themed music to be featured, such as the Concert Suite from “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”.

Read the article online…THEN get tickets to the concert, slated for Saturday, February 19 at 7:30 PM at The Clarion (across the parking lot from The Center at Brazosport College).

The Facts previews Brazosport Symphony Orchestra’s holiday concert

Brazosport Symphony Orchestra’s upcoming concert, “Handel’s Messiah: A Christmas Celebration” is featured in the entertainment section of today’s edition of The Facts. The story, “Brazosport Symphony Orchestra joins stage with local choir groups”, focuses on this weekend’s musical event, slated for Saturday, December 18 at 7:30 PM at The Clarion at Brazosport College.

Reporter Dakota Perry interviewed BSO conductor Brian Casey and BSO president Paula Matzke about what the public can expect at the concert and why they are excited about this holiday music tradition.

Read the story at The Facts online.

If YOU want to attend the concert, there’s still time to get tickets! Buy them online at the link below or call the Box Office at 979-265-7661.