IT’S A DAY OF SPOOKY FUN AS THE FORT BEND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA PERFORMS
AT SUGAR LAND TOWN CENTER
Free performance at 2 p.m., Saturday, October 29
FORT BEND COUNTY, Texas – A Fort Bend tradition returns this Halloween season, with the Fort Bend Symphony’s free performance of Hauntcert, at Sugar Land Town Square, Saturday afternoon, October 29. The performance begins at 2 p.m., and it’s designed for families and children. It’s a wonderful way to introduce your kids to the fun that can be had at an orchestra concert. Costumes are encouraged, and there will be a costume parade at intermission, around 2:30 p.m. Bring your lawn chairs!
The orchestra will be in costume, too, as Conductor Dominique Røyem leads the performance of Halloween favorites from popular music, the classics and even video games. Included on the program are Michael Jackson’s Thriller, In the Hall of the Mountain King, The Phantom of the Opera and the theme from Star Wars. More information on the concert and a full list of musical selections can be found at www.fbso.org. There are surprises in store, so be sure to check the website for more information as the concert draws near.
Hauntcert – L to R: Jordon Nickerson, Andrea Cope, Katherine Leskin
Photo Credit: Susan Lynch
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, ranging in ages from high school students to senior adults. The full-size orchestra, complete with brass, woodwinds, strings and percussion, represents an abundant cross-section of local talent, most of who 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.