Brazos Chamber Orchestra’s Christmas concert series comes to Burleson Dec. 18
The Brazos Chamber Orchestra will present its Christmas Concert Series with two free concerts, one of which is in Burleson.
The free concerts start at 7:30 p.m. They are:
• Today at Granbury First United Methodist Church in Granbury.
• Tuesday at First United Methodist Church in Burleson.
Songs include “Majesty,” “The Star Spangled Banner,” “Stille Nacht,” “I’ll be Hone for Christmas,” “White Christmas,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” “Winter Wonderland,” music from “Frozen,” and more.
The BCO is a symphonic orchestra that typically has 45 musicians at its performances. Programming consists of a cross section of music from the classical repertoire and popular music from all time frames of the 20th century, including music from Broadway, the movies, and pop music.
The orchestra is led by its founder and conductor, David Anavitarte, with operational and business functions being lead by Todd Evans. BCO board members and BCO musicians help with the many behind-the-scenes activities.
Anavitarte has served as the Director of Music and Worship at First United Methodist Church in Burleson since 2009. He is also music director of Healing Heart, a vocal ensemble, since it began in 1991. He is also music director and conductor of the Bosque Chorale.