FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra will perform a free, outdoor concert as part of the annual M.D. Anderson Pink Lighting event at Sugar Land Town Square on Saturday, Sept. 29 beginning at 7 p.m.
The concert features “Stars and Stripes Forever” and a salute to members of the U.S. Armed Forces. Also on the program are some Disney tunes and other fun music that the entire family will enjoy. The concert is hosted by Square Land Town Square.
Attendees should bring lawn chairs and wear pink in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra opens its 21st anniversary season on Sunday, Oct. 28 at the Stafford Centre. FBSO is under the musical direction of Dr. Héctor Agüero. More information about the upcoming season is at fbso.org.
The Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra will again perform a free concert in Sugar Land Town Square to bring awareness to breast cancer.
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 student musicians through sponsorship of an annual Young Artist Concerto Competition that includes a cash prize for the winner and the opportunity to perform with the Orchestra.