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One-Hit Wonders

The Houston Symphony invites you to enjoy some One-Hit Wonders, May 25 - 27. Our final program of the season showcases those familiar songs—“Come on Eileen,” “Forever Young,” “She’s So High,” “Walking in Memphis, “Take on Me,” “Closing Time”—from artists of the past century who disappeared, but nonetheless left a mark on radio air play…

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Emanuel Ax Plus The Rite of Spring

Houston Symphony invites you to experience Stravinsky’s revolutionary The Rite of Spring like never before, Friday, May 18 - Sunday, May 20. Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada teams up with Klaus Obermaier and Ars Electronica Futurelab for a performance featuring innovative dancing and 3-D visual effects. World-renowned pianist Emanuel Ax offers the perfect contrast to Stravinsky’s wild…

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2017/18 Artful Women Season Finale: A Day with Marie Antoinette

Ars Lyrica Houston presents A Day with Marie Antoinette Saturday, May 19 at 7:30 pm, in Zilkha Hall - Hobby Center For The Performing Arts. Our season finale conjures up an artful day chez France’s most famous queen, from intimate morning music lessons to a spectacular evening concert. By turns rustic and elegant, this program offers…

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Brahms & Sibelius

The Houston Symphony presents Brahms & Sibelius, May 10, 11, and 13. Hear Sibelius’ passionate Violin Concerto when the brilliant young violinist Augustin Hadelich returns to Jones Hall.  From its snowy opening to its final “polonaise for polar bears,” this masterpiece is a true tour-de-force of violin playing. Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada leads an exciting performance…

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Tonight, Tonight Won't Be Just Any Night

The Houston Chamber Choir continues its 2017-2018 season, Revolutionary Sounds: Pioneers and Visionaries, with Tonight, Tonight Won't Be Just Any Night. Saturday, May 12 at 7:30pm. The Chamber Choir welcomes Jamie Bernstein’s return to perform with them as they celebrate the 100th birthday of her father, legendary composer, conductor and educator, Leonard Bernstein. Jamie explains, “Leonard…

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Vivaldi's Four Seasons

Mercury presents a magical setting for Vivaldi’s beloved classic, The Four Seasons.  Saturday, May 12 at Wortham Theatre Center. Combined with Purcell’s Fairy Queen, this evening will provide a multitude of delightful theatrical surprises. PROGRAM: ANTONIO VIVALDI The Four Seasons HENRY PURCELL Suite from the Fairy Queen Antoine Plante, Conductor

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