Saturday, November 24, 2012

Symphony Saturday.

For the third time*, we attended the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's "Home for the Holidays" program. It's a great way to get in the Christmas spirit, and it gives us a great excuse to head downtown to see the big tree. 

While the concert wasn't up to the very high bar set by that first performance we saw, it was still excellent. The handbell choir, the Seminary master chorale (acapella "Ave Maria"!), the sing-along and the snow all make it worthwhile. (Dinner at Jakes before the show and seeing tons of Heritage folks there didn't hurt, either.)

Snow in the Bass

The FWSO, handbell choir, master chorale

FW Christmas tree

We're gangsta.


The dudes abide.

Bass Hall angel
(Yes, I photograph these every. single. time. So?) 

And just to show Ryan and Katie that you CAN survive having a ridiculous photo of yourself posted online, I present this outtake:
*We first saw the Christmas pops performance in 2008. Last year's post is here.

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