Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra

Founded in 1992 in Sugar Land, Texas, the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra has embarked on its 25th season of bringing exciting, engaging concerts of diverse music to the people of Fort Bend. The Silver Jubilee season will include a wide array of local guest artists, the premier of two commissions, and culminates in the largest masterwork FBSO has ever performed - Orff's Carmina Burana. FBSO is dedicated to the communities of Fort Bend by bringing culture to your doorstep!

Learn more about their upcoming season




February 19, 2017 - Texas Our Texas
The February concert is a celebration of Texas Artists and Composers, featuring the winners of the FBSO and HMTA concerto competitions. All other works on the program are from Texas composers, including a commission from a student from the University of Houston, Alejandro Basulto.

April 1, 2017 - The Composer is Dead!
FBSO's childrens concert features Nathaniel Stookey's work The Composer is Dead, with words by Lemony Snicket.  The new classic introduces children to the orchestra through a murder mystery. FREE and open to the public

May 21, 2017 - Carmina Burana
For the grand finish of FBSO's 25th anniversary season the orchestra will be performing Orff's masterwork Carmina Burana.  With the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra Chorus, the Fort Bend Boys Choir, and local soloists, this performance brings together the Fort Bend arts community.


For more information about the Fort Bend Symphony Orchestra, call 281.275.2500 or email CulturalArts@sugarlandtx.gov.