Published: May 28, 2010 By Nancy V. Mills, APR

FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – Celebrate America’s independence with a free, indoor concert presented by the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra on Sunday, July 4. “Freedom Rings” begins at 5 p.m. at the Stafford Centre, 10505 Cash Road at Murphy Road.

Stafford Mayor Leonard Scarcella said the early start would allow concert-goers time to attend fireworks after the concert. Among the musical selections the FBSO will perform is an extended version of The Star Spangled Banner.

“Freedom Rings” is sponsored by the City of Stafford and the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra in association with Impact a Hero. The Fort Bend Symphony is under the musical direction of Dr. Héctor Agüero, Jr.

For more information, please visit www.fbso.org or www.staffordcentre.org.


About the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra
The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra (FBSO), founded in 1992, enriches the lives of Fort Bend residents and surrounding areas with live symphonic music presented by its volunteer members. The full-size orchestra, complete with brass, woodwinds, strings and percussion, represents an abundant cross-section of local talent, most of whom reside in the Fort Bend area. FBSO also fosters local musicians through sponsorship of an annual Concerto Competition and opportunities to perform with the Orchestra.