November Arts Planner: Concerts, Plays, Musicals, and More!

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Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra

There are a lot of great plays and performances you can see this month in Bryan College Station and the surrounding areas. Here’s a quick look at what is in store!

BLINN COLLEGE VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS

Brenham Campus
(979) 830-4024
www.blinn.edu/boxoffice
O’Donnell PAC Auditorium, 600 Blinn Boulevard, Brenham

Snowkus Pocus

Hansel and Gretel
Theatre Arts Production
Nov. 16-18, 7pm
Nov. 19, 2pm

Snowkus Pocus
Performing Arts Series
Nov. 26, 4pm

Bryan Campus

(979) 209-8100
www.blinn.edu/boxoffice
Blinn Bryan Student Center Theatre, 2423 Blinn Blvd, Bryan

The Happy Journey | The Long Christmas Dinner
Two one-act plays by Thornton Wilder
Nov. 30 7:30pm

BRAZOS VALLEY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra

Season 36: Tenors & Titans
(979) 696-6100
www.bvso.org

Major Masterpieces
Mozart Symphony No. 40, K. 550
G minor
Beethoven Symphony No. 3, Op
55 Eb major “Eroica”
Nov. 19, 5pm
Rudder Theatre, Texas A&M University

CONCERTS ON CARTER CREEK
(979) 823-8073
www.fpcbryan.org/concerts-on-carter-creek
First Presbyterian Church, 1100 Carter Creek Parkway, Bryan
The Concerts on Carter Creek series is presented by the First Presbyterian Church Bryan, and all concerts are held at the church. Concerts are open to the community, free to attend, and the church provides childcare. The church is handicapped accessible. Receptions to meet the performers follow most concerts.

Brazos Chamber Players
Nov. 12, 5pm

FRIENDS OF CHAMBER MUSIC
www.communitychamberconcerts.org
All performances are held at First Presbyterian Church, 1100 Carter Creek Parkway, Bryan
Friends of Chamber Music is a volunteer, nonprofit organization that brings world-class musicians to the Bryan College Station area at no cost to the public. Now in its 22nd season, Friends of Chamber Music presents ensembles and musicians of exceptional national and international renown with the goal of each concert providing a unique musical experience for everyone to enjoy free of charge. Funded by donations and fine arts grants, all concerts are open to the public. Friends of Chamber Music also provides professional babysitters to families with little ones.

All participating musicians are required to make a presentation to music programs at local schools. On occasion, musicians also perform mini concerts for children and local retirement communities. Students, families, and the public also have the opportunity to meet and to talk to the musicians after each Friends of Chamber Music performance about music, performing and any questions young musicians may have about the career.

This season, all performances will be held at First Presbyterian Church Bryan, and are separate from the Concerts on Carter Creek series held in the same location.

Heinavanker Estonian Vocal Ensemble
Nov. 4, 7pm

MSC OPAS
(979) 845-1661
www.mscopas.org

Ann Cobb Wyatt Main Stage
The Illusionists Present: Adam Trent
Rudder Auditorium,
Nov. 7-8, 7:30pm

Christmas Wonderland Holiday Spectacular
Rudder Auditorium,
Nov. 28-29, 7:30pm

Intimate Gatherings
The Steel Drivers
Rudder Theatre,
Nov. 15, 7:30pm

PINEY WOODS FINE ARTS ASSOCIATION

(936) 544-4276
www.pwfaa.org
Crockett Civic Center unless otherwise noted

The Wonder Bread Years
Nov. 4, 7:30pm

ROUND TOP FESTIVAL INSTITUTE
(979) 249-3129
www.festivalhill.org
Festival Concert Hall
Other season activities include a variety of forums. For complete information, visit www.festivalhill.org.

Baylor Brass Quintet
Nov. 18, 3pm

STAGECENTER COMMUNITY THEATRE
(979) 823-4297
www.stagecenter.net
Doors open at 7pm and performances start at 7:30pm

The Game’s Afoot, or Holmes for the Holidays
Nov. 30 through Dec. 16

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY DEPARTMENT OF PERFORMANCE STUDIES
(979) 845-3355
www.performancestudies.tamu.edu/events/

Bronzeville, a Class-Based Production
Nov. 9-11, 7pm to 9pm at the Liberal Arts and Arts & Humanities Building Black Box on the Texas A&M campus.

Global Performance Series
www.tx.ag/PERF
Times and locations to be announced for the Global Performance Series.

Christopher Yohmei Blasdel
Nov. 6-10

UNITY THEATRE BRENHAM
(979) 830-1460
www.Unitybrenham.org
Performances are Thursdays at 7:30pm, Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 4pm unless otherwise noted. All performances are held at Unity Theatre.

Studio Series
The Syringa Tree
Nov. 2-12

Holiday Series
The Best Christmas Pageant Ever
Nov. 29 through Dec. 2, 7:30pm
Dec. 3, 4pm