PLAY WITH THE SYMPHONY AT STRINGS OPEN HOUSE
FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – If the thought of a music audition makes your heart race and your palms sweat, the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra has the perfect remedy. It will host a Strings Open House during its regular rehearsal on Tuesday, Sept. 28 beginning at 7:15 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 3900 Lexington Blvd, in Missouri City.
Cellist and FBSO President Amy Floyd Billasch said, “The open house is a great opportunity for prospective string players to mingle with orchestra members and to test their skills without the pressure of an audition.” String players can also evaluate the music played and experience the passion of Maestro Hector Aguero.
The 50-member volunteer musicians of FBSO work in a variety of professions including accounting, law, healthcare, education, research, homemaking and ranching. Some members are retired and others are high school and college students. Membership is free and each member receives complimentary tickets to the five regular season concerts.
To sign up for the Strings Open House or to learn more, please call 281.276.9642 or contact Katie Truax at firstname.lastname@example.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 Young Artist Concerto Competition and opportunities to perform with the Orchestra.