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This upcoming concert series cannot be performed without your help. You are that important to the BCO. As you know, we do not charge admission to our concerts, however, the concerts are not free, and we have expenses we have to cover. How can you help us on this journey of music excellence? If you know of anyone or a business that would like to place a program ad in our concert handbills, please have them contact us at our website – brazoschamberorchestra.org. If you are able and willing to donate to us via online, in the mail, in our offerings that we collect at our concerts and in response to this our annual Capital Campaign, this would be an immense help. Perhaps you would consider budgeting and giving a specific amount every month. Please indicate in the return envelope how you want your name to appear in the program or that you wish to remain anonymous. Thank you for considering giving a bountiful donation!
Our donor categories are as follows:
Friend $25 – $99
Sponsor $100 – $299
Musicians Circle $300 – $599
Virtuoso Circle $600 – $999
Benefactor $1,000 – $2,499
Maestro’s Circle $2,500 – $4,999
BCO CONCERT SEASON 2020-2021
Spring Concert Series
The Brazos Chamber Orchestra presents: Dr. Kurt Sprenger, violinist and the Concertmaster for the BCO in the beautiful piece: ‘Oblivion’, by Astor Piazzola/Arr. Robert Longfield accompanied by the BCO Strings; Mr. Kenny Balinao will perform on the piano with the BCO in an exciting arrangement by Matt Riley of ‘Ode to Joy’. Steve Hubbard on trumpet/flugelhorn accompanied by the BCO Strings and Percussion will play the song ‘Embraceable You’ by George Gershwin/arr. Calvin Custer.
Also, on the program for spring: ‘Were You There’ arr. Brett Hawkins; ‘Michel Legrand Selections’ by Michel Legrand/Arr. Ian Polster; ‘The Irish Dragoon: Circus Galop’ by John Philip Sousa; The BCO will end the concert with music from ‘The Prince of Egypt’ by Stephen Schwartz/Arr. Charles Sayre.
This will be a great program to end the 21st season with the BCO. So please plan to attend our concerts and help us get the word out.