The event, which begins at
Proceeds benefit the nonprofit orchestras, which promote string education and performances in
"We will perform under the beautiful live oaks on that historic stage, and, if it rains, we will move into the dance hall," Britt said. "It's really cool, because we bring the kind of music that isn't normally heard in Luckenbach -- classical music is sort of left out of the scene -- but this is our third year, and it's always been embraced in the past."
The audience will have the chance to hear the
In addition, the young musicians in the
The orchestras youngest members, the
"The audience will get to see young people playing fiddle music, which they just love, at an incredibly high level, and we will have an ensemble performing a Bach minuet."
Orchestra members also will perform season highlights.
"There will be a mix of everything," Britt said. "If you like music of any kind, you will love this concert, because there's something for everyone."
For tickets, visit fredericksburgorchestra.com or call 806-549-2483.
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