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“This piece is from the heart,” wrote Tchaikovsky of his Serenade for Strings, and heartfelt sentiment shines forth in every moment of this beloved masterpiece, which includes some of his most memorable melodies. Gabriela Ortiz’s Tepito brings to life the color and energy of Mexico City’s Tepito neighborhood. Puccini’s expressive Chrysanthemums begins the concert.

Before the concert, Musical Ambassador Carlos Andrés Botero will host a Prelude discussion live on Zoom. Ticket holders get a link to learn more about the musicians and the night’s repertoire.

In the ongoing classical livestream series, musicians from the Houston Symphony take the stage at Jones Hall in downtown Houston, presenting an engaging mix of treasured favorites and new works to discover, performed in small, socially distanced ensembles. Each event offers viewers an intimate concert experience from the comfort of their homes.

“This piece is from the heart,” wrote Tchaikovsky of his Serenade for Strings, and heartfelt sentiment shines forth in every moment of this beloved masterpiece, which includes some of his most memorable melodies. Gabriela Ortiz’s Tepito brings to life the color and energy of Mexico City’s Tepito neighborhood. Puccini’s expressive Chrysanthemums begins the concert.

Before the concert, Musical Ambassador Carlos Andrés Botero will host a Prelude discussion live on Zoom. Ticket holders get a link to learn more about the musicians and the night’s repertoire.

In the ongoing classical livestream series, musicians from the Houston Symphony take the stage at Jones Hall in downtown Houston, presenting an engaging mix of treasured favorites and new works to discover, performed in small, socially distanced ensembles. Each event offers viewers an intimate concert experience from the comfort of their homes.

“This piece is from the heart,” wrote Tchaikovsky of his Serenade for Strings, and heartfelt sentiment shines forth in every moment of this beloved masterpiece, which includes some of his most memorable melodies. Gabriela Ortiz’s Tepito brings to life the color and energy of Mexico City’s Tepito neighborhood. Puccini’s expressive Chrysanthemums begins the concert.

Before the concert, Musical Ambassador Carlos Andrés Botero will host a Prelude discussion live on Zoom. Ticket holders get a link to learn more about the musicians and the night’s repertoire.

In the ongoing classical livestream series, musicians from the Houston Symphony take the stage at Jones Hall in downtown Houston, presenting an engaging mix of treasured favorites and new works to discover, performed in small, socially distanced ensembles. Each event offers viewers an intimate concert experience from the comfort of their homes.

WHEN

WHERE

Virtual
https://houstonsymphony.org/tickets/concerts/tchaikovskys-fifth/

TICKET INFO

$20
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