Announcing "A Touch of Frost" Chamber Concert - Valley Symphony Orchestra

Announcing “A Touch of Frost” Chamber Concert

The Valley Symphony Orchestra is pleased to announce its first live concert in more than 10 months. On Wednesday, December 16 at 7:30 pm, the VSO Holiday Brass will perform the A Touch of Frost Chamber Concert, a program of seasonal favorites in the beautiful San Juan Basilica. Seating is extremely limited and tickets may be purchased in advance only.  This concert will enforce all health and safety protocols and social distance will be maintained at all times.

This 40-minute concert of classic and jazzy holiday favorites will feature Sleigh RideFeliz NavidadCarol of the BellsJoy to the World and more. The Holiday Brass Quintet consists of Jared Broussard, first trumpet; Bryan Morrell, second trumpet; Barbara Keller, French horn; Benjamin Coy, trombone, and Scott Roeder, tuba. They are joined by percussionist Jorge Peña for the concert.

“We are delighted to be in a place where we can perform live with all public health protocols in place,” said Katy Coy, VSO Executive Director. “Now friends and family can enjoy holiday music from the VSO in two ways: online or in person. We hope everyone will plan to join us in whatever way is right for them, and we’re immensely grateful for the support this year that is making it possible for us to go on.”

The VSO will also premiere an online A Touch of Frost holiday concert on December 18, and it will be rebroadcast on KRGV Channel 5 on December 20. The online concert features the VSO Holiday Brass and Delaine Leonard, VSO Harpist.

Tickets for the in-person December 16 Chamber Concert are on sale now at

Limited Seats Available.
This is a non-denominational chamber music event. 

Know Before You Go

Wearing a face mask that completely covers the nose and mouth is required at all times by all attendees while onsite for the performance.

Seating is general admission. Households may sit together but six feet of distance must be maintained between each household.

Seating is limited. The San Juan Basilica holds up to 2,000 people, but capacity for this chamber event will be 300.

There will be no setup for taking holiday photos, and unfortunately Santa will not be able to attend. We hope you will come to safely share in the season, and that you will minimize contact with other households while you are enjoying the concert.

For those who are exposed or begin to show symptoms, refunds will be granted until 5 pm on December 15, 2020. If you are exposed to COVID-19 after purchasing your tickets, or if you start to show symptoms, we ask that you do not attend the performance and will be happy to provide a full refund.