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Hear Gil Shaham go “sailing through the darting off-kilter rhythms and pyrotechnical flights in the violin’s highest register with panache” (South Florida Classical Review) in Prokofiev’s spellbinding Violin Concerto No. 2. Marc Albrecht then concludes the season with Brahms’ heroic Symphony No. 1, a monumental work that takes listeners from darkness to triumph.

Hear Gil Shaham go “sailing through the darting off-kilter rhythms and pyrotechnical flights in the violin’s highest register with panache” (South Florida Classical Review) in Prokofiev’s spellbinding Violin Concerto No. 2. Marc Albrecht then concludes the season with Brahms’ heroic Symphony No. 1, a monumental work that takes listeners from darkness to triumph.

Hear Gil Shaham go “sailing through the darting off-kilter rhythms and pyrotechnical flights in the violin’s highest register with panache” (South Florida Classical Review) in Prokofiev’s spellbinding Violin Concerto No. 2. Marc Albrecht then concludes the season with Brahms’ heroic Symphony No. 1, a monumental work that takes listeners from darkness to triumph.

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WHERE

Jones Hall
615 Louisiana St.
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.houstonsymphony.org/tickets/production/detail?id=7371

TICKET INFO

$25-$136
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