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I've heard the HSS during free concert in a park - action held last summer.
It was a really good experience. They play so good. I really enjoyed bass clarinet solo. You can follow their concert on twitter to learn more about the music played...More
My wife and I go to the symphony several times a year and never disappointed. It does help to know your composers as there are some I would rather not hear. I have heard people state after symphony they didn't care for the music, if...More
This is great value ..a symphony that offers the widest range of music. The "Pops" recently featured the music of John Williams. They opened the season with Joshua Bell, the famed violinist and as well as the great classics, they innovate showing movies where the...More
We took our 9 year old to the John Williams tribute and it was wonderful. There were lots of fun touches, the orchestra was flawless and the venue is really nice. We were in the tippy-top and could still see and hear it all.
The new music director is outstanding, the programming is solid if staid, and there always seem to be good seats. One of the better orchestras in the country. Jones Hall is a nice venue to catch a concert in, and the food served isn't bad...More
Seating chart on website will help; pricing to fit various budgets. Casual dress is fine, layering is always smart to deal with personal temperature preferences. Underground parking is convenient but note very carefully... More
Seating chart on website will help; pricing to fit various budgets. Casual dress is fine, layering is always smart to deal with personal temperature preferences. Underground parking is convenient but note very carefully where you park to minimize finding your vehicle post-concert ! Prepare to have a great time as we always do at any Houston Symphony performance.