Maestro Peter Dabrowski and the Valley Symphony Orchestra invites you to immerse yourself in an evening of pure elation, holiday traditions and undeniable majesty that can only be seen and heard in our traditional, holiday family concert – A Touch of Frost, the third major works symphonic masterpiece of the 2018-19 “SYMPHONY…That’s Entertainment,” season. VSO Concert III – A Touch of Frost is a long-standing tradition in the fabric of the Rio Grande Valley and Frost Bank for over seventeen years.
Bring the entire family to this awe-inspiring performance of the Valley Symphony Chorale under the direction of Chorale Director, Dr. David Means on Friday, December 7 at 8:00 PM and listen to music from Anderson’s Sleigh Ride, Tchaikovsky’s Nutcracker and Handel’s Messiah to name a few. Featured guest soloists include Nereida Garcia, soprano in Schubert’s Ave Maria and Tenor, Dr. David Sadlier in Finkelstein’s Yah Ribon. Experience the sounds and sights of the best of the McAllen Performing Arts Center in our family favorite – A Touch of Frost, tuned to the Valley Symphony Orchestra as it was first opened in December of 2016.
Single tickets range in price from backhouse at $40, front-house at $50 and orchestra level at $60 per person. For more information on Conductor, Peter Dabrowski; Chorale Director, Dr. David Means; guest soloists, Dr. David Sadlier or Nereida Garcia, visit our website at www.valleyorchestra.org. To buy tickets, go to the McAllen ConventionCenter Box Office, anytime Monday through Friday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM for the best priced tickets. Purchase early as this family friendly concert will surely sell out.