Orchestra brings in crescendo of wide-ranging music
September 29, 2012 by Mark
The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra Concert is being held to honor this year’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month with an evening event tonight, September 29. The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra performs an extremely diverse collection of music at a number of locations in the area each year.
This concert will be the Plaza and will be performed under ‘Pink Light’, courtesy of the MD Anderson Regional Care Center, to remind guests who attend the concert about Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The symphony program will include a range of patriotic songs, including the national anthem, as well as songs from the Lion King and Over the Rainbow. If that not enough, the performance will also include the Olympic Fanfare & Theme, music from Grease, and many other widely recognized pieces. It seems like there will be a piece of music for everyone.
The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra launched in 1992 and is now into its 21st season. The symphony was created by local musicians and has grown and expanded to receive numerous awards and appear in communities throughout the region. Poster printing and flyer printing may have been used to promote this concert to resident in the community and surrounding areas.
Admission to this event is free and absolutely everyone is welcome. It is being held tonight from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm at the Sugar Land Town Square, located at 15958 City Walk in Sugar Land, Texas. For more detailed information, please visit the website of either Sugar Land Town Square website or the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra.