The Conroe Symphony Orchestra Presents…
Friday, June 28, 2019 @ 7:30 P.M.
Mims Baptist Church, 1609 Porter Rd, Conroe, TX 77301.
CONROE, TX – The Conroe Symphony Orchestra presents our Annual Patriotic Concert, “Celebrating America“. This concert is FREE to the Public, as we honor all Police, Fire, EMS, Veterans and Military Personnel. Please make plans to attend this ever popular concert to enjoy an evening of Great Flag Waving Patriotic Music.
The Symphony, ending its 22nd Season, will be under the direction of Music Director and Conductor, Dr. Jacob Sustaita. The traditional concert begins with a rousing “Star Spangled Banner”, the evening continues with a heart-warming performance of the March from “1941”, John Williams, 1812 Overture Arrangement, Tchaikovsky, Liberty Bell March, John Philip Sousa. Also included in the evening’s performance will be America the Beautiful, Carmen Dragon, and Stars and Stripes, John Philip Sousa and Hoe Down and Saturday Night Waltz from Rodeo, Aaron Copland. The Conroe Symphony Orchestra will round out the concert with the ever popular flag waving Armed Forces Salute, Bob Lowden, Simple Gifts, Joseph Brackett, and Summertime, George Gershwin.
All ages will enjoy the Patriotic sounds of the Conroe Symphony Orchestra!
Ticket and Venue Information
The CSO’s “Celebrating America” concert on Friday, June 28, 2019 is FREE OF CHARGE, as we honor all Police, Fire, EMS, Veterans and All Military Personnel. This concert will take place at Mims Baptist Church, 1609 Porter Road, Conroe.
Thinking of a unique gift? Consider purchasing CSO 2019-2020 Season Tickets! These include admission to all four (4) regular CSO concerts of the season and two complimentary tickets to any one concert of your choice with the Annual Patriotic Concert being Free of Charge.
Tickets may be purchased at the Conroe Symphony Centre, 1500 N Frazier in Conroe (please call for hours) or may be ordered by calling the Symphony Centre at 936-760-2144/888-823-6610.
Tickets for all performances will also be available at the door prior to each concert.