Here Comes Another Fun “Play It Again” Concert
The Big Band Era was such a fun time in our Musical history and the West Texas Jazz Orchestra puts on such an awesome performance in bringing that music back with their "Play It Again Concerts".
Well, get ready for another fantastic "Play It Again Concert" which will be performed at the San Angelo Museum Of Fine Arts this coming Sunday, November 13th from 4 until 6 pm.
"Play It Again Concerts" sparkle with the big band music of the West Texas Jazz Orchestra, led by band director James Bode. The West Texas Jazz Orchestra is made up of area high school and junior high band directors, Angelo State University music professors and other musicians. Music selections by composers such as Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and Glenn Miller are featured along with other popular big band and jazz music. Those attending have a chance to dance to their favorite tunes or just listen and enjoy the music. Masks and social distancing are recommended, but not required. Complimentary light refreshments will be served.
The West Texas Jazz Orchestra will make you feel as though you have traveled back in time as they recreate the big band and jazz sounds that invite you to come out on the dance floor and relive so many of those great moments in music, or just relax with the sounds of this wonderful performance that you are certain to enjoy.
Admission is very reasonable and listed below:
General Public – $10
SAMFA Members – $8
Students (elementary through high school) – $5
Senior Citizens and Military – $5
Angelo State University Students – FREE with student ID
Tickets may be purchased online at
Play It Again concerts are supported by funds from Lee and Dr. Patrick Moore, Susan Charles in memory of Rowena Goss, the San Angelo Cultural Affairs Council, the City of San Angelo, the Texas Commission on the Arts, a state agency, and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
The San Angelo Museum Of Fine Arts is located downtown San Angelo at 1 Love Street. For more information, call 325-653-3333 or visit samfa.org.