As we prepare for our March Concert Series,I wanted to take a moment to thank all of you who attended our concerts. We experienced record-breaking attendance with over 3,500 in attendance for the series…

We certainly appreciate your support … and … are honored and privileged to be a central component of the
performing arts program in Williamson County …

With your support we continue to grow … THANK YOU!

Our March Concert Series promises to be as exciting and entertaining as our past concerts…

Characteristically all of our concerts are free to the public … ‘no strings attached’. The concerts are suitable for all ages … so … plan to attend with the entire family, friends, grandparents, etc.

Our theme, ‘The Conductor’s Showcase’ … will feature some of the maestros’ favorite music with an eye showing off various sections of the orchestra.

Relax to Romance, by Ralph Ford, featuring the lovely sounds of the flute … or … Leroy Anderson’s Fiddle Faddle, featuring our extraordinary viola section.

In addition, Satchmo, a Tribute to Louie Armstrong, will feature a trumpet plus an exciting jazz combo…

An added exhilarating feature showcases two piccolos, two tubas, and two contrabasses … an extremely
uncommon combination of the highs and lows of the instrument family, etc.

Further highlights include Elgar’s Pomp and Circumstance No. 4, Antonín Dvořák – Slavnostní pochod (Solemn March), Saint-Saens , Bacchanale from “Samson and Delilah”, and Mysterious Jounry (Dr. M. L.
Daniels’ first composition for full orchestra with Dr. Daniels conducting!).

We are extremely proud of our musicians, who dedicate countless hours to practice, rehearsals, and performances in order to keep our quality standards at their highest throughout the season.

Your support provides us with the opportunity to continue performing free concerts for the residents of
Williamson County … THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU.

Hope to see you there!

March 8, 2013 – 7:30PM (Friday)
First United Methodist of Round Rock | Free!

March 9, 2013 – 7:30PM (Saturday)
Georgetown ISD KLETT Performing Arts Center | Free!

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