Mahler & Dvorák
. Both European-born composers’ time in America can be felt in their music, though the similarities end there: Dvorák was able to blend in with American culture, while Mahler felt very much like an outsider. Both, though, created everlasting music based on their experiences. Maestro Andrés Orozco-Estrada’s orchestra will conjure visions of heavenly life through Dvorák’s Te Deum
and Mahler’s Symphony No. 4
, assisted by soprano Mojca Erdmann; baritone Nicholas Brownlee; and the Houston Symphony Chorus.
8 p.m. Thursday and September 16; 2:30 p.m. September 17. 6110 Main. For information, call 713?224?7575 or visit houstonsymphony.org
. $23 to $120.
Although the 2017-2018 Houston arts season was delayed because of Harvey, the Houston Symphony is picking up right where it left off, relocating to Rice University’s Stude Concert Hall, with