Get your virtual beer hall fix with a live edition of ROCO’s popular Beer & Brass

ROCO Brass Quintet (taken prior to Covid-19 Pandemic) | Photo courtesy of River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

Tune in for a free live-streamed Beer & Brass concert from the ROCO Brass Quintet, and maybe order an optional pizza and six-pack to-go offer from Saint Arnold, on Friday, January 15, 2021 at 7pm.

River Oaks Chamber Orchestra (ROCO) is staging a live, online edition of its very popular Beer & Brass event from its ROCO Connections.

The ROCO Brass Quartet will be broadcast live from The Alta Arts and will feature traditional beer hall music and some of the quintet’s favorite arrangements.

It will be followed by a live, interactive Q&A with the musicians in family-friendly evening of fun.

Special To-Go Meal Offer from Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Saint Arnold’s pizza and beer | Photo courtesy of ROCO

Heighten the experience and order a pizza and six-pack of seasonal or year-round beer, root beer, or cider for $20.

Say the code “Beer and Brass” when you call in a to-go order ahead at 713-686-9494, or when pulling into the curbside drive-through and place your order at the Saint Arnold Beer Garden.

Meal orders aren’t required to view the free performance.

ROCO Connections: Beer & Brass Virtual Edition

  • Date: Friday, January 15, 2021
  • Time: 7pm
  • Watch: Free to view online on ROCO’s Facebook pageYouTube channel, or on ROCO’s website. The program will remain available to view online after it debuts. Get more information.
  • Eat: The pizza and six-pack are available for $20 when you say “Beer and Brass” while ordering by phone at 713-686-9494 or at the Saint Arnold’s curbside drive-through.

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