The Valley Symphony Orchestra and Peter Debrowski, Music Director/Conductor, present the 2018-2019 “SYMPHONY…That’s Entertainment,” five-concert series package which opens with a memorable “Night In Paris” performance in September.
The first concert, A Night In Paris, is set for September 28. It will be followed on October 26 with “A Harry Potter Halloween.” The theme for the December 7th concert will be “A Touch of Frost.”
The performances will continue into 2019 with the March 1 concert, “Hooray For Hollywood.” The season will wrap up with “The 3B’s: Beatles, Brahms And Beethoven” on April 5.
All five concerts will be held at the McAllen Performing Arts Center located at 801 Convention Center Blvd in McAllen on Friday evenings from 8:00 – 10:00 p.m.
For the best ticket savings, consider purchasing a season subscription. Season tickets range in price with Backhouse at $190, Fronthouse at $240 and Orchestra at $290 per subscription.
There are many benefits to becoming a season subscriber which include:
• a guaranteed annual seat reservation period ahead of the general public,
• first notice on all upgrades,
• guest artist info,
• no hassle ticket replacements for lost or misplaced tickets,
• monthly e-newsletter announcements and so much more.
For a complete list of concerts, season savings, music repertoire and guest artist information visit the website at www.valleyorchestra.org, call the Box Office at (956) 661-1615 or visit the McAllen Convention Center Box Office (Mondays thru Fridays) from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM for a savings of upwards of 37% compared to single ticket purchases from ticketmaster.com. Purchase early for the best seating.