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SOST is committed to helping young students explore the wonders of playing an instrument or being part of a musical group. Through a special series of small ensembles or full orchestra, performances take place at various schools throughout Southeast Texas or for that first concert hall experience at the Julie Rogers Theater during the spring semester. Interested teachers and parents are encouraged to contact the symphony office at 409-892-2257 or by emailing Debbie Higgins at dhiggins@sost.org

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April 2018

Education Concert

April 17 @ 9:00 am
Julie Rogers Theatre for the Performing Arts, 765 Pearl Street
Beaumont, 77701 United States
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Concerto Competition - Symphony of Southeast Texas

The Symphony of Southeast Texas is strongly committed to the education and development of our area students through the arts. This year, the Symphony will host an educational concert for all 5th graders where students will learn the relationship of music and academic elements and how they relate to Language Arts and Social Studies. In addition, there will be three small group short concerts for all 2nd and 3rd graders which will feature a brass quintet, woodwind quintet, and a…

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Education Concert

April 17 @ 10:30 am
Julie Rogers Theatre for the Performing Arts, 765 Pearl Street
Beaumont, 77701 United States
+ Google Map
Concerto Competition - Symphony of Southeast Texas

The Symphony of Southeast Texas is strongly committed to the education and development of our area students through the arts. This year, the Symphony will host an educational concert for all 5th graders where students will learn the relationship of music and academic elements and how they relate to Language Arts and Social Studies. In addition, there will be three small group short concerts for all 2nd and 3rd graders which will feature a brass quintet, woodwind quintet, and a…

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SOST is committed to helping young students explore the wonders of playing an instrument or being part of a musical group. Through a special series of small ensembles or full orchestra, performances take place at various schools throughout Southeast Texas or for that first concert hall experience at the Julie Rogers Theater during the spring semester. Interested teachers and parents are encouraged to contact the symphony office at 409-892-2257 or by emailing Debbie Higgins at dhiggins@sost.org