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Bach at Luckenbach Texas! Music, Meal, and Mixer on July 25, Fredericksburg Community Orchestra Fund
Reserve Meal Tickets by July 20
Wednesday, July 18, 2012 • Posted July 18, 2012

It could be called “Bach at Luckenbach.” In what may be a “first,” the Fredericksburg Community Orchestra is hosting an evening of string music, food, and fun at Luckenbach Texas, on Wednesday evening, July 25.

5 - 6 p.m.

Local string students perform recital pieces.

6 - 7 p.m.

Vickie Bonewitz of My Own Chef Catering serves a buffet meal of Spaghetti with vegetarian marinara sauce and meatballs, Caesar Salad, Garlic Bread, and Lemon Sugar Cookies. Meal tickets must be purchased by July 20.

7 - 8 p.m.

The Fredericksburg Community Orchestra perfroms selections from past concerts on the outdoor stage.

8 - 9 p.m.

The Dirty Rotten String Band–including Director Theresa Britt and her husband, John Reeve– will entertain with a variety of musical styles.

Between performances, the Orchestra will auction off a new guitar that has been signed by artists who have performed at Luckenbach during the summer. Guitar is courtesy of Hill Country Music of Fredericksburg.

Tickets are $15 per person for adults and children, and include the music and the meal. Tickets must be reserved by Friday, July 20. Tickets can be found online at www.fredericksburgorchestra.com or by calling 806-549-2483.

Proceeds go to the Fredericksburg Community Orchestras. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit was formed in 2010 to promote string education for all ages in Fredericksburg and surrounding communities. FCO includes string ensembles, Suzuki Group Classes for youth ages 3 to 12, Community Ensemble for ages 12 and up, and a Chamber Ensemble of semi-professional players for special events, and Summer Strings camp.

For information, visit www.fredericksburgorchestra.com or call 806-549-2483.

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