HAMPTON ROADS, VA [October 30, 2019] Start your holidays in Virginia Beach with the newest must-experience event in Town Center! Join the musicians of the VSO for a merry evening filled with holiday music and the best in local craft brews! 

An evening filled with merriment includes six beer tastings, while members of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra brass and percussion sections take you on a journey through lively seasonal music.

Holiday Brass and Brews will take place at the Zeiders American Dream Theater at 7:00PM on December 21 in the heart of Virginia Beach Town Center. Tickets start at just $30.

Bring your friends for a unique and fun holiday event! Groups welcome with advance purchase.

For more information about Holiday Brass and Brews, or to purchase tickets, visit virginiasymphony.org or call 757-892-6366.

The event is co-produced by Zeiders American Dream Theater.


As the region’s most celebrated musical, educational and entrepreneurial arts organization, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra continues to challenge expectations and push the boundaries of what an American orchestra can be – even as it approaches its 100th anniversary in 2020.

At the heart of the VSO’s narrative is innovation.  In 1991 the VSO made a very bold move in appointing the gifted young American conductor JoAnn Falletta as its music director. Since then, the orchestra has received national attention for its unique mission serving a home area of 1.7 million across the diverse communities of southeastern Virginia.  Through appearances at the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall and commitment to adventurous programming, the VSO and its musicians have been highlighted in the media including The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Public Radio and BBC Worldwide News.

As the largest arts performing organization in southeastern Virginia, the VSO and VSO Chorus present more than 150 concerts and events to educate, enlighten and entertain more than 100,000 residents and visitors each year. Recent innovations include health and wellness programs, including interactive therapeutic experiences for people living with Alzheimer’s and dementia.  As it approaches its Centennial year, the Orchestra and its legions of fans look forward with anticipation as the VSO conducts a worldwide search for its next music director.


October 30, 2019

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