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The Brazos Valley Chorale

The Brazos Valley Chorale

The Brazos Valley Chorale pursues its commitment to excellence in choral music of all types, providing discerning audiences in Bryan/College Station with performances of great choral music at the highest standards. The 130-voice Chorale is known and respected for its difficult and ambitious repertoire of great choral masterworks and contemporary classics. The singers form a cross-section of the community, from college students to retirees.

Contact: bobann58@verizon.net

 
Brazos Valley Music Teachers Association

Brazos Valley Music Teachers Association

Organized in 1956, the Music Teachers Association exists to promote higher professional standards, better ethical practices, and improved methods in the teaching of music.

Contact: info@bvmta.org
 
Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra

Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra

The mission of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra is to maintain a symphony of high artistic standards, and to promote the musical arts for cultural and educational purposes throughout the Brazos Valley. As a professional symphony, the BVSO presents a full season of a classical subscription, free outdoor, holiday pops, and children’s concerts each year.

Contact: (979) 696-6100
 
Brenham Children’s Chorus

Brenham Children’s Chorus

Primarily educational, the mission of the Brenham Children’s Chorus is to provide choral music education and performance opportunities for children and youth. Through singing and performance, children achieve high artistic standards and develop discipline, responsibility, team work, self confidence, and an appreciation of the arts.

contact: brenhamchildrenschorus@gmail.com
 
Friends Association of the Symphony Orchestra

Friends Association of the Symphony Orchestra

The Friends Association of The Symphony Orchestra (FASO) promotes, supports and assists the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra (BVSO). FASO also provides educational and performance opportunities for the youth in the Brazos Valley.

Contact: (979) 696-6100
 
Friends of Chamber Music

Friends of Chamber Music

Friends of Chamber Music is an all-volunteer organization which performs most of the activities associated with arranging and holding Community Chamber Concerts and other events. FCM strives to foster a sensitive atmosphere of audience-artist interaction and sharing that helps to make accessible musical treasures of our cultural heritage. FCM accompanies each concert with one or more extra cost-free events in which the guest artists bring their music to the people in K through 12 and university classroom presentations.

Contact: wjrogers@tamu.edu or (979) 255-3074
 
MSC OPAS

MSC OPAS

Founded in 1972, OPAS at Texas A&M University – a division of the Memorial Student Center – presents professional productions of theatre, music and dance programs that enlighten, entertain and inspire audiences of the Brazos Valley. OPAS programs are funded entirely by revenue generated from ticket sales and contributions.

Contact: (979) 845-1661
 
Navasota Blues Festival

Navasota Blues Festival

In 1996 the idea for the Navasota Blues Festival, Inc. was born as a way to keep blues music alive, as well as bring together local and regional musicans to perform in an annual celebration. The founders decided that proceeds from the festival should help fund the Mance Lipscomb Scholarship, which is awarded to a graduating student at Navasota High School to help that graduate with his/her college career. The founding of the Navasota Blues Festival was inspired by the example of Mance Lipscomb’s musicianship and his gracious character.

Contact: (936) 825-6600
 
OPAS Encore!

OPAS Encore!

OPAS Encore! is the fundraising arm of OPAS. Formerly known as The OPAS Guild, OPAS Encore! is a separate non-profit organization. We are proud to support OPAS in its 40-year long mission to present world-class entertainment to the Brazos Valley.

Contact: mrsmodelt@hotmail.com
 
Round Top Festival Institute

Round Top Festival Institute

Over a thirty five year period and with the help of its patrons and friends, The James Dick Foundation for the Performing Arts has developed superb year round education and performance programs. It has also created a unique 210-acre campus – Festival Hill – containing major performance facilities, historic houses, extensive gardens, parks and nature preserves.

Contact: (979) 249-3129
 
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