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Guest Pianist Jon Kimura Parker speaks about Beethoven Piano Concerto No. 1

To learn more about this weekend’s concert, titled Petrouchka & Beethoven, with guest conductor Pablo Heras-Casado, CLICK HERE.

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Mark Hughes, Principal Trumpet, Speaks About Petrouchka

For more information about this weekend’s upcoming Petrouchka and Beethoven concerts, visit http://www.houstonsymphony.org/calendar/view.aspx?id=3692

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A joyful return to the stage

Today’s blog post comes from Allison Jewett, who while on medical leave from playing her piccolo in the orchestra has found a way to stay involved … by singing in our very own Houston Symphony Chorus! Continue on to read … Continue reading

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Music inspires a pure and subconscious movement of the heart

I have lived in Houston for over 25 years and my favorite part about this city, outside the skyline on a clear evening, is the eclectic and talent this city has in the arts. I have been in love with … Continue reading

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Music inspires faith in humanity

One of the greatest things about art is that any given work can inspire different feelings and emotions in each of us.  Because it is the most abstract of all the arts, this is most true for music.  So, as … Continue reading

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