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Archives: 2012
  • The 5 Browns in Hollywood

    published June 14, 2012

    Five Juilliard-trained pianists take the stage in The 5 Browns in Hollywood but they won't all be named Brown. One of the Brown sisters,... More >>

  • Mahler & Mendelssohn

    published June 14, 2012

    No matter what the weather is outside, Jones Hall will be particularly stormy inside when the Houston Symphony presents Mahler &... More >>

  • Jennifer Koh: Bach for Solo Violin, Part 1

    published June 14, 2012

    Acclaimed American violinist Jennifer Koh is widely known for her unique approach to Bach's works for solo violin with her ''Bach and... More >>

  • Benjamin Grosvenor

    published June 14, 2012

    Come see 20-year-old British pianist Benjamin Grosvenor perform an ambitious program of piano solos ranging from Bach to Chopin in his... More >>

  • Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet

    published June 14, 2012

    The passion of Shakespeare's most famous star-crossed lovers comes alive when the Houston Symphony performs Prokofiev's Romeo and... More >>

  • ROCO Chamber Concert: Joseph Foley

    published June 14, 2012

    The River Oaks Chamber Orchestra highlights the trumpet's range with a performance featuring Joseph Foley. The principal trumpet for ROCO,... More >>

  • Mercury: Spring Concerto

    published June 14, 2012

    Mercury's Spring Concerto takes the idea of wine pairing to a new level. In a unique combination of live music, food and wine, Antoine... More >>

  • Foundation for Modern Music: Premieres

    published June 14, 2012

    The Foundation for Modern Music is featuring never-heard-before works from two contemporary composers in the next installment of the... More >>

  • Houston Symphony presents Debussy’s La Mer

    published June 14, 2012

    The Houston Symphony goes underseas with a performance of Debussy’s La Mer. This 1905 composition, one of Debussy's most... More >>

  • Mozart’s Symphony No. 40

    published June 14, 2012

    Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart may have lived for only 35 years, but he was one of the most prolific composers the classical music world has ever seen. ... More >>

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