- $18 for one ticket for seating in the rear orchestra (up to $35 value)
- $33 for one ticket for seating in the front or middle orchestra (up to $65 value)
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Image 1 by David Doubilet, Images 2-4 by Jennifer Hayes, Image 5 of David Doubilet by Steve Jones
National Geographic Live: Coral Kingdoms, Empires of Ice
- The Event: In the National Geographic Live series, the explorers and scholars pushing the boundaries of human knowledge reveal the methods and meanings of their discoveries.
- The Experts of the Evening: Underwater photographers David Doubilet and Jennifer Hayes, who will present a multimedia lecture and participate in an audience Q&A.
- The Explorations of Each: They’ll discuss their adventures in the coral-filled waters of Papua New Guinea’s Kimbe Bay, under the ice of Antarctica, and into the Gulf of St. Lawrence—all while showing off images they took of whales, harp seals, and other rarely seen species.
Originally founded in 1913, the Houston Symphony has established a luminous history with the help of such greats as Leopold Stokowski, Ferenc Fricsay, and Sir John Barbirolli. The symphony continues to indulge ears under the leadership of its current world-renowned conductors—Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Michael Kajewski, and Robert Franz. They use the sweeping motions of their batons to guide the musicians through a whopping average of 170 concerts a year. Every season, the lineup includes a classical and pops series, as well as outdoor performances.