Houston Symphony Tickets
The Houston Symphony tickets are passes to witness one of America's best orchestra present it latest efforts. The Houston Symphony is a renowned name in the world of classical music Based in the Texan city of Houston. The Orchestra plays regularly at the city's Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts.
Houston Symphony Venues
Houston Symphony Tickets
- Houston Symphony: Matilda - Film, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion tickets for 06/09 08:00 PM The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
- Fri Jun 09 2017
- Houston Symphony: Constantine Kitsopoulos - Jurassic Park In Concert, Jones Hall for the Performing Arts tickets for 06/16 07:30 PM Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
- Fri Jun 16 2017
- Houston Symphony: The Suffers, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion tickets for 06/17 08:00 PM The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
- Sat Jun 17 2017
- Houston Symphony: Francesco Lecce-Chong - Symphonic Sights and Sounds, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion tickets for 07/08 08:00 PM The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
- Sat Jul 08 2017
- Houston Symphony: Brent Havens - The Music of Prince, Jones Hall for the Performing Arts tickets for 07/15 07:30 PM Jones Hall for the Performing Arts
- Sat Jul 15 2017
- Houston Symphony: Jason Seber - Lemony Snicket The Composer is Dead, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion tickets for 07/19 08:00 PM The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
- Wed Jul 19 2017
- Houston Symphony: Damon Gupton - The Best of John Williams, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion tickets for 09/06 08:00 PM The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
- Wed Sep 06 2017
- Houston Symphony: Lucas Waldin - Hocus Pocus Pops, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion tickets for 10/13 07:30 PM The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
- Fri Oct 13 2017
The Houston Symphony performs hundred and seventy concerts every year. This means that it entertains millions of music lovers each year. Every season the Symphony prepares and showcases variety of shows. These shows cater to the taste of the kids, young and old alike. It plays the most conventional symphony arrangements for Broadway, Hollywood and other performing artists. The Orchestra also plays a number of classic compositions for many opera performances. However, the most spectacular concert shows are the Symphony's own that are specially created to capture the harmony of each season.
Some of the Orchestra's regular season performances include concerts like the Great Performers, the Fidelity Investments Classical Series, the Young Professional Backstage Concerts, the TOTAL Gold Classics series and the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. One of the most famous shows of the Orchestra remains the KPRC Local 2 Summer Symphony Nights. These shows along with a few others have been showcased at the Miller Outdoor Theater for more than six decades. Sponsored concerts like the SoundPlusVision and the Chase Summer in the City series are also popular among local Orchestra fans.
The Symphony has extended its hand to support music in many ways. The most important part of its support is an education program called the Music Matters!. It is an effort that brings the most talented youth of the county to the Orchestra for formal training. The GDF SUEZ Community Connections program also takes place at the Orchestra. Over here musicians come to perform as lecturers, soloists, ensemble performers and master class teachers in competitions of various kinds. They try to educate a large community audience about classical music and entertain them with quality orchestra music. Fidelity Futurestage and Deloitte Dynamics are two programs that the Symphony runs in partnership with the corporate sector; they help provide instruments and opportunities to all deserving talent. Furthermore, there are the Macy's Symphony Detective and the David Dewhurst Symphony Explorer concerts scout the best of this talent to further support them. The orchestra also tours where it brings free concerts that try to engage families for musical fun. Sounds like Fun! is a series of concerts that offers great quality music and entertainment to families.
The Symphony started in 1
913 as a program sponsored by Ima Hogg,
a Houston based philanthropist. At this point in time the very first concert shows were performed by only thirty five musicians. This orchestra team was part-time group of musicians mentored by Julern Paul Blitz, the first conductor. Starting with a minimal budget, the orchestra composed and performed brilliant music. It got great response from public and hence continued performing. Until 1916, Blitz remained with the Orchestra, later giving way to Paul Bergé. In 1918, the orchestra disbanded due to financial and operational overheads. It brought its music back to public in 1930, when it played with semi-professional members under Uriel Nespoli. In 1931, the Orchestra played its debut season loaded with full length regular concerts.
In 1936, the Symphony took form of the official Houston Symphony Society. This was the time when a leader like Ernst Hoffmann came and brought many new professional musicians to it. The expansion in his time continued and allowed the orchestra to grow and mature. Many other directors came to the Symphony and left their mark. Efrem Kurtz, Ferenc Fricsa, Leopold Stokowski, Sir John Barbirolli, André Previn and Lawrence Foster are some of the most notable names. It was in 1971 that under Stokowski, the Orchestra ran a fifty two week season for the first time. Two other leaders took the Orchestra from being a musical organization to an academy. Sergiu Comissiona and Christoph Eschenbach helped the organization lend support in new ways. With Hans Graf on board since 2001, the Symphony has maintained its name and reputation as the top orchestra of the country. Graf is currently the conductor laureate of the Houston Symphony Orchestra.
The Houston Symphony orchestra offers multitude concerts to choose from this season. If you are an Orchestra fan, look for a concert that suits your palate. Houston Symphony tickets are bound to bring you the music you have been waiting for. Book your tickets at the earliest to avoid any disappointment. Get them and join the show!
Houston Symphony Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Houston Symphony's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Spring at the The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on 9-Jun-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Spring at the The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on 13-Oct-17. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Houston Symphony: Matilda - Film||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||Spring, TX||Fri Jun 09 201706/09 08:00 PM|
|Houston Symphony: Constantine Kitsopoulos - Jurassic Park In Concert||Jones Hall for the Performing Arts||Houston, TX||Fri Jun 16 201706/16 07:30 PM|
|Houston Symphony: The Suffers||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||Spring, TX||Sat Jun 17 201706/17 08:00 PM|
|Houston Symphony: Francesco Lecce-Chong - Symphonic Sights and Sounds||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||Spring, TX||Sat Jul 08 201707/08 08:00 PM|
|Houston Symphony: Brent Havens - The Music of Prince||Jones Hall for the Performing Arts||Houston, TX||Sat Jul 15 201707/15 07:30 PM|
|Houston Symphony: Jason Seber - Lemony Snicket The Composer is Dead||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||Spring, TX||Wed Jul 19 201707/19 08:00 PM|
|Houston Symphony: Damon Gupton - The Best of John Williams||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||Spring, TX||Wed Sep 06 201709/06 08:00 PM|
|Houston Symphony: Lucas Waldin - Hocus Pocus Pops||The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion||Spring, TX||Fri Oct 13 201710/13 07:30 PM|
Houston Symphony Tickets Prices
The average price for Houston Symphony Tickets start from $79. The minimum get in price is $8 for Houston Symphony Tickets at the The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Spring. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Houston Symphony: Matilda - Film||Spring||9-Jun-17||$79||$9|
|Houston Symphony: The Suffers||Spring||17-Jun-17||$110||$8|
|Houston Symphony: Francesco Lecce-Chong - Symphonic Sights and Sounds||Spring||8-Jul-17||$79||$9|
|Houston Symphony: Brent Havens - The Music of Prince||Houston||15-Jul-17||$176||$90|
|Houston Symphony: Jason Seber - Lemony Snicket The Composer is Dead||Spring||19-Jul-17||$81||$9|
|Houston Symphony: Damon Gupton - The Best of John Williams||Spring||6-Sep-17||$88||$8|
|Houston Symphony: Lucas Waldin - Hocus Pocus Pops||Spring||13-Oct-17||$85||$8|
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