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Event: Classical Music

Fort Worth Youth Orchestra Holiday Concert
TCU's Ed Landreth Auditorium in Fort Worth

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The Fort Worth Youth Orchestra will present their Holiday Concert at TCU's Ed Landreth Auditorium on Sunday, December 10, 2017. The Holiday Concert will be performed in two parts with an Entr'acte that the whole family will enjoy!  Part One begins at 3 PM with performances by The Junior String Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra featuring the FWISD's Childrens' Honor Choir and a family Holiday Sing-a-Long. Part Two will begin at 5 PM with performances by the String Orchestra and the Youth Orchestra featuring FWAFA's Mixed Choral Ensemble and a family Holiday Sing-a-Long. During the Entr'acte from 4 PM to 5 PM, audience members will enjoy the FWYO Parents' Guild Annual Holiday Auction where great Holiday gifts can be found! The first ever Parents' Guild Holiday Café, sponsored by Pat Gray Realty, will offer coffees and teas with yummy Holiday themed foods to enjoy while waiting for Part Two to begin! In addition, Holiday Music will abound in the main Lobby, side Lobby and Holiday Café performed by the FWYO's Chamber groups and solo musicians. At 3:30 in the auditorium, audience members will enjoy a performance by the new FWYO Brass Ensemble. Join us for Part One or Part Two or BOTH! You will not want to miss any of the fantastic performances! Stay during the Entr'acte to enjoy Holiday shopping and spiced cider with a cookie! You may run into a strolling young musician or two! Bring your whole family as Fort Worth Youth Orchestra performances are a great way to introduce children to classical music.  Come and spend the afternoon with the Fort Worth Youth Orchestra. You will not want to miss the fun and the fantastic young musicians of the Fort Worth Youth Orchestra!
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2800 South University Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76109 (US)

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