¡Fiesta! by the Houston Symphony’s composer-in-residence Jimmy López.
Just because it’s a little over a week after the Harvest Moon doesn’t mean you can’t join the Houston Symphony for Lunada, inspired by the gatherings held under the full moon in small Mexican and Latin American towns and pueblos. The program, produced by the Mexican Institute of Greater Houston, showcases the influences of Mexico, Spain and Latin America on music and includes George Gershwin’s Havana-inspired “Cuban Overture,” Arturo Márquez’s "Danzón No. 2," named for a popular Mexican dance similar to the tango that originated in Cuba; and the lively, four-movement