The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, December 10, 1987, Image 17

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If your club has live music that you would like listed, call At Ease at 845-3312. Brazos Landing Brazos Landing is at Northgate. Everyone is admitted. Beer and wine are served. For more information call 846- 3497. No live music scheduled for this weekend. Cow Hop Expansion Next to the restaurant at Northgate. Those 18 and older admitted. Alcohol served to legal drinkers. Call846-1588 for more information. Thursday — Too Far Gone. Bluegrass trio. No cover. Friday — Sneaky Pete and the Neon Madmen. Classic Rock. $2 cover. Saturday — To be announced. Eastgate Live On Texas Avenue across from the east entrance of campus. Those under 21 admitted. Legal drinkers can purchase wine or beer. Call 764-2095 for more information. Thursday — The Killer Bees. Reggae. $4 cover. Friday — 4 Hams on Rye. Rock ’n’ roll. $4 cover. Saturday— Agent Orange. Rock ’n’ roll. $2 cover. Monday—Dm Wilson. Solo acoustic. $2 cover. Tuesday — To be announced. Wednesday — Lippman Jam. Open stage. No cover. Hall of Fame In Bryan on FM2818 north of Villa Maria. Those 18 to 20 admitted on selected dates. Alcohol served to legal drinkers. Call822-2222for more information. Thursday — The Debonaires. $4 cover. Friday — Country New Notes. $4 cover. Saturday — Texas High Rider. $4 cover. Kay’s Cabaret At Post Oak Mall. Those 18 and older are admitted. Beer, wine and liquor are served to legal drinkers. For more information, call 696-9191. Thursday — Greg Rivers. Guitar singalong. No cover. Friday — Don Overby. Solo guitar. No cover. Saturday — John Thomas II. Solo guitar. No cover. Morgenstem’s About one-half mile north of campus on College Main. Those 18 to 20 are admitted on Wednesdays only. Beer, wine and non-alcoholic beverages are served. For more information call 846-1812. Thursday — Christmas party and food drive. Entertainment TBA. Admission one can of food. Friday — Shake Russell. Rock. Cover. Saturday —I-Tex. Reggae. Cover. BVSO presents Mozart, Tchaikovsky by Lee Schexnaider with Brian Frederick Small winds circulate through the room. They curl up inside the ear and soothe the mind and the soul. The sounds grow and the air becomes thick with complex melodies. The notes build until they seem to explode from the instruments of the Brazos Valley Symphony Orchestra. The orchestra will be performing the music of Tchaikovsky and Mozart in Rudder Auditorium Thursday at 8 p.m. The program will include Tchaikovsky’s fifth symphony and Mozart’s “Symphonia Concertante” for flute, oboe, bassoon and horn. The symphony will also perform “Overture Axur Re D’Ormus” by Antonio Salieri. Tchaikovsky wrote his Fifth Symphony in 1888 while resting at his country estate. It was his most ambitious undertaking since his Fourth Symphony, written eleven years earlier. He had many doubts about the quality of the work, but its enthusiastic reception by audiences and critics overcame them, and it remains a favorite of audiences today. Wendy Dackson, executive director for the symphony, says the 60-to 70-member orchestra performs five times a year, with all volunteer membership. Theodore Kim, a junior aerospace engineer who has played with the orchestra for seven years, says the orchestra keeps improving. “Its been getting better every year,” he said. “People are improving and we’re getting better as a group. ” Senior civil engineering major Melanie Sattler says that during her one and a half years with the orchestra she has been surprised at the quality of the community orchestra. She also said the organization is good because it allows students to interact with people outside the University. “It’s a neat approach for university students to meet people in the community, ” she said. Sattler said she did not participate in the orchestra this semester but she enjoyed her time with it. “I miss it a whole lot,” she said. Tickets for Thursday’s performance will be on sale at the door for Texas A&M students for $5. Graduating seniors and their guests will receive a 30 percent discount. Prior to the performance, tickets will be on sale at the MSC Box Office and are $12 for adults, $10 for students and senior citizens and $8 for children. Movies All movies and times are provided by the theaters, and are subject to change. Cinema Three Cinema Three is at 315 College Ave. Call 693-2796 for more information. The Sicilian. Rated R. Show times are 7:10 and 9:15. Less Than Zero. Rated R. Show times are 7:05 and 9:05. The Running Man. Rated R. Show times are 7 and 9:10. Post Oak Three Post Oak Three is at Post Oak Mall. Call 693-2796 for more information. Suspect. Rated R. Show times are 7 and 9:30. Flowers in the Attic. Rated PG-13. Show times are 7:10 and 9:10. Dancers. Rated FG. Show times are 7:05 and 9:05. Schulman 6 Schulman 6 is at2002E. 29th. For more information, call 775- 2463. The Lost Boys. Rated R. Show times are 7:10 and 9:50. Teen Wolf Too Rated PG. Show times are 7:25 and 9:45. Like Father Like Son. Rated PG-13. Show times are 7:20 and 9:55. Stakeout. Rated R. Show times are 7:20 and 9:40. Princess Bride. Rated PG-13. Show times are 7:25 and 9:50. Can’t Buy Me Love. Rated PG. Show times are 7:15 and 9:35. Starts Friday. The Big Easy. Rated R. Showtimes are 7:15 and 9:35. Ends today. Plaza Three Plaza Three is at226Southwest Parkway. Call 693-2457for more information. Fatal Attraction. Rated R. Show times are 7:15 and 9:50. Hello Again. Rated PG. Showtimes are 7:25 and 9:45. Planes, Trains and Automobiles. Rated R. Showtimes are 7:20 and 9:40. Manor East Three Manor East Three is at Manor East Mall. Call823-8300for more information. Baby Boom. Rated PG-13. Show time is 9:40. Cinderella. Rated G. Show times is 7:15. Three Men and a Baby. Show times are 7:20 and 9:35.