Stop! And Feel the Music.

Hear it, too. YOSA’s unique fundraising event on Saturday, January 26 is NOT your average gala. In fact, it’s far from it. It’s part cabaret, part pop-up orchestra, plus extraordinary food and drink.

Our musicians will show you their contemporary side with YOSA musicians performing unique versions of pop and rock songs. The YOSA Pop-Up Orchestra, made up of some of the region’s very best young musicians from the YOSA Philharmonic, will entertain guests with some of the biggest recent pop hits, including “Call Me Maybe” and a local variation on “Gangnam Style,” as well as familiar rock classics.

Last summer, a video of YOSA musicians singing Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” while they were traveling to London went viral on YouTube. After a successful appearance at the Rock ‘n Roll San Antonio Marathon in November, YOSA has been working up a new set of songs.

Last week, YOSA musicians dropped in at Rackspace Hosting to thank them for their support by performing “Call Me Maybe” at their San Antonio offices in Wincrest.

We’ll also have some swell things to auction, led by San Antonio’s own “fancy pants” auctioneer Molly Cox.

Maybe you can show us some support…buy a ticket today by going here. It’s just $35 to you, but it means the world to our kids.  You can also donate a live or silent auction item or be an event sponsor.

Stop. And Feel the Music

Saturday, January 26

6:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.

The Radius Building

106 Auditorium Circle

San Antonio, TX 78205

P.S. Event seats are limited, so reserve yours today. With performers this good, it will be a sell-out.


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