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Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is a Texas based symphony orchestra. The orchestra is arranged at Nancy Lee and Perry R. Bass Performance Hall located in downtown Fort Worth, Texas. Occasionally the orchestra also gives performance at musical festival “Concerts in the Garden” at Fort Worth Botanic Garden. The orchestra was created by Brooks Morris in 1925. The first concert ever heard by the orchestra was on December 11th, 1925 and featured sixty-eight musicians. If you want to attend the upcoming event, you can book your cheap Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Fort Worth tickets now.

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Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra’s first concert entertained about 4,000 people at the auditorium called First Baptist Church. The orchestra was disbanded because of the World War II during 1943 to 1957. Morris once again look the lead when it was revived, he remained the music director for the orchestra till 1962. Many different music directors have served since then. Currently the orchestra is led by Miguel Harth-Bedoya. Make sure you attend the upcoming Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Fort Worth.
 
Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra was under the presidency of Ann Kroosman for over three decades, until in 2011, the presidency was transferred to Amy Adkins. The basic aim of the symphony orchestra is to serve artistic excellence, create music and educate people about it. To attend an evening of artistic class, get your Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Forth Worth tickets today!