AQUARENA SPRINGS SYMPHONIC BAND TO PERFORM BENEFIT CONCERT AT PRICE CENTER MAY 22
The Aquarena Springs Symphonic Band (ASSB) will bring live music back to the Price Center’s 1910 Room stage via a benefit performance this Sat., May 22 at 5 p.m. The Sounds of Spring will be the 30-piece community band’s premiere concert in San Marcos, while serving as a fundraiser for the Price Center. Tickets for the special performance are limited to 70. Reservations and a minimum donation of $10 per person required. COVID cautious practices will be in place.
Musical director and conductor Michael Thielen has
chosen nine unique selections to celebrate the season.
“We’re pleased to see performing arts returning to the Center,” said Clay DeStefano, executive director. “Our visual arts shows have helped us safely welcome visitors back to the Center since last fall and we look forward to seeing more and more live performances as activities continue to return,” he added.
ASSB is composed of volunteer musicians -- ranging in age from college students to working professionals to retirees -- with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and cultures, who share a desire to perform and develop beyond their school experiences. Musicians from each neighboring county, and throughout the hill country and beyond, are welcome to join.
Seats will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Call 512-392-2900 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seat.