Roco Brass Quintet Presents Music From The Americas

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River Oaks Chamber Orchestra says
In the third and final program, the RBQ presents recent works of composers from North and South America, beginning with a fanfare from Jennifer Higdon. David Sampson’s Chesapeake (written in 2010) is a programmatic work, depicting a series of sailing trips off the coast of Maryland. Osvaldo Lacerda was a Brazilian composer who wove folk music into his very colorful and charming 4 movement work for brass. Finally, the RBQ is pleased to perform two world premieres: Weep and Wail by John B Hedges and Psalm to St. Alban by Alan Hovhaness.

Join us at 6pm and for our complimentary Happy Half Hour, featuring the Brazilian cocktail, the Caipirinha!

General Admission: $25
Student: $10

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Concert and Dinner Option: Night Out: RBQ + Brennan’s

Enjoy a night on the town – ROCO style! The $80 ticket package includes:

- Admission for one to the ROCO Brass Quintet’s performance of Music from the Americas at the MATCH.
- Complimentary “Happy Half-Hour” at the MATCH, featuring this concert’s themed cocktail, the caipirinha.
- $5 valet parking at Brennan’s with shuttle service to/from the MATCH (not included in ticket price).
- Dinner at Brennan’s of Houston following the performance (tax/tip included, alcohol available for purchase).

To guarantee seats on the Brennan’s shuttle, please reserve your tickets before Wednesday, April 5. After that date, call Brennan’s to check availability prior to purchase: 713-522-9711.

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By: River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

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