Central Texas Medical Orchestra supports health nonprofits —
January 23, 2020

Central Texas Medical Orchestra supports health nonprofits

By Rose Di Grazia

With the Central Texas Medical Orchestra, a concert a day aids in keeping diseases at bay. The Orchestra provides Central Texas Medical doctors with fellowship and performance venues. Their goal is to raise funds to support local health non-profit organizations. CTMO is made of doctors who not only care for patients but also play instruments. Concerts are headlines by brilliant soloists.

This past holiday I had the pleasure of attending a Christmas concert to support the Multiple Sclerosis Society. The concert was held at the Westover Hills Church of Christ on Mesa. Concert goers were entertained by bassoonists Eric Miller and Sasha Plotkin and singer-songwriter Suzanna Choffel.

Dr. Radmer is the music director and founder of the Balcones Community Orchestra. He is also head of St.Edward’s University Symphony and conducts the Austin Chamber Music Center Chamber Orchestra.

CTMO offers four performances from September to June. On Saturday, Feb. 8 the orchestra will perform a concert to aid in supporting Meals on Wheels with special guests the Eggmen. These performers are known as a Beatles cover band. They will end the show with several Beatles tunes. A lovely reception is to follow the concert. Doors open at 7 p.m., with performance beginning at 7:30 p.m. and ending at 10:30 p.m. Grab your tickets now by going to CTMOrchestra.org.

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