MCALLEN, Texas – Because of COVID-19, the Valley Symphony Orchestra’s fall season is going to happen digitally, rather than in front of a live audience at the McAllen Performing Arts Center.

In an interview with the Rio Grande Guardian, musical director and conductor Peter Dabrowski spoke about what viewers could expect to see both on Facebook and on KRGV-Channel 5.

The fall season premiere starts Oct. 23 and features the VSO piano quartet. The woodwind and percussion sections will perform on Nov. 20. And, on Dec. 18, the VSO will present “A Touch of Frost,” a holiday tradition featuring brass and harp selections. 

“Join the Valley Symphony from the comfort and safety of your home for three dynamic and delightful concerts,” Dabrowski said.

Here is the interview:

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