Grammy Award-winner Victor Vanacore has arranged the music for many greats, from Ray Charles to Barry Manilow. Now he brings his expertise to the podium with an all new orchestral show that sizzles from the first note! Join Maestro Vanacore, the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra and fantastic dancers as they perform the Cha Cha, Samba, Rumba and more. The concerts take place September 17, 18 and 19 at Bass Performance Hall in Sundance Square downtown Fort Worth.
Performances begin at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $27 - $79 and go on sale August 23 at www.fwsymphony.org or 817-665-6000.
As a composer and arranger, Mr. Vanacore's recent work includes "Detroit Soul" for the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, "America Then and Now" for the New Jersey Public Television Network, and original neoclassical music based on the texts of Pope John Paul II, which he composed at the request of Placido Domingo. In collaboration with his brother David he has composed music for the critically acclaimed hit CBS show Survivor. Other television credits include music for the 2005 Academy Awards show, The Apprentice and American Idol.
These concerts are part of the Star-Telegram Pops Series and are made possible by season sponsors Star-Telegram, American Airlines, and Renaissance Worthington Hotel. Promotional support is provided by Star-Telegram and WRR Classical 101.1 FM.
For more information or tickets, please visit www.fwsymphony.org or call 817-665-6000. Check out other Things to Do in Fort Worth at www.FortWorth.com. Stay in a Downtown Hotel and enjoy the Nightlife in Sundance Square with another cultural event in the "City of Cowboys and Culture."
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Posted On August 28, 2010