- Three-concert subscription to the Houston Symphony’s 2014–15 season
- When: any three concerts through May 24
- Where: Jones Hall
- Door time: one hour before performance start time
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
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- $117 for rear orchestra or mezzanine seating (up to $279 value)
- $195 for center- or mid-orchestra seating (up to $417 value)
- Click to view the Classical seating chart
- Click to view the Pops seating chart
- For a musical homage to the Oscar-, Grammy-, Tony-, Emmy-, and Pulitzer–winning composer behind “Nobody Does it Better” and scores for A Chorus Line and Sophie’s Choice, see A Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch (April 24–26).
- To hear violinist James Ehnes masterfully interpret Beethoven’s Violin Concerto and Bartók’s Concerto for Orchestra with what the Houston Chronicle calls “warmth and understanding,” check out Beethoven & Bartók (May 9–10).
- To see Houston Symphony Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada cap off the season with Mahler’s Symphony No. 3, a piece lauded for its uncanny renderings of birdsongs, bird violin solos, and other sounds heard in nature, go to Andrés Conducts Mahler 3 (May 15–17).
- For a look into the improvised process of Houston-based speed painter, Dan Dunn, see PaintJam Concert Experience (May 22–24)
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.