The Brazos Breeze Flute Choir will perform their next concert on Sunday, April 27. The concert will take place at A&M United Methodist Church in College Station starting at 6pm. The church is located at 417 University Drive.
The Brazos Breeze Flute Choir will be performing a combination of original works for flute choir and some favorite light classics, as well. The composition of the group is piccolo, C flutes, alto flutes, bass flutes, contrabass flute, string bass, and percussion. Robert McElroy, former conductor of the Houston Symphonic Band, conducts the Brazos Breeze. The members of the Brazos Breeze are professional musicians from cities around the area including Huntsville, Bellville, Brenham, Anderson, Waco, Corsicana, Houston, Ft. Worth, and Bryan/College Station.
According to Brazos Breeze director and founder, Penny Zent, this concert will feature works that were written by some very well known composers such as Peter Tchaikovsky, Georges Bizet, and Bela Bartok plus two pop/jazz standards by Dave Brubeck and Antonio Carlos Jobim. Original works for flute choir by Ladd McIntosh, Vincenzo Sorrentino, Alexandria Molnar-Suhajda, and Judy Nishimura will also be performed. Wayne Smith, drummer with the Big Apple Trio, will perform as a special guest.
Admission to the concert is free but a will offering will be accepted to help defray concert expenses.
For more information, please contact Penny Zent at (979) 268-1743 or firstname.lastname@example.org.