The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra is made up of 66 internationally-recruited musicians who have brought world-class symphonic performances to rural communities across Texas for over 35 years. The FWSO is nationally recognized for its artistic excellence and dynamic approach to music education programming. With the help of an experienced managerial and artistic staff, the Orchestra frequently presents inspiring public or student-focused performances in concert halls, community centers, and schools. Whenever possible, the FWSO seeks to make symphonic music accessible to children and adults who, due to geographic constraints, might not otherwise have the opportunity to attend a live, professional orchestral performance. The Orchestra regularly presents a wide range of traditional and contemporary works that are audience-specific and age-appropriate, both in Fort Worth and throughout neighboring communities. Also, education programs include study materials, provided in advance of each performance to prepare students for their concert experience. Based on availability and the presenter’s budget, community concerts can feature soloists, incorporate choral support, and take place in outdoor venues. The FWSO’s unique programs are constantly being updated. Please consult their website or contact the FWSO for current details. Photo by Julien Lambert.

Additional information



Contact name

John Clapp

Contact address

330 East Fourth Street Suite 200 Fort Worth TX 76102

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Public performance

$20000 – $30000

School performance

$10000 – $15000

Workshop fees

$1000 – $5000

Travel per diem lodging

$2500 – $12000


Fort Worth


Special audiences

Festivals, Hands-on activities, People with disabilities, Schools, Seniors

School audiences

Elementary, High, Middle, Pre-K

Venue size

Larger, Medium, Unplugged, Very Large

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