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Meet the winner of the Houston Symphony’s first Young Composer Competition, and hear the music of tomorrow with a performance of the winning piece. Then, Mahler’s titanic Symphony No. 1 takes listeners from the lyrical purity of nature to the epic struggle and triumph of the earth-shattering finale, reflecting Mahler’s belief that “a symphony must be like the world: it must embrace everything.”

Meet the winner of the Houston Symphony’s first Young Composer Competition, and hear the music of tomorrow with a performance of the winning piece. Then, Mahler’s titanic Symphony No. 1 takes listeners from the lyrical purity of nature to the epic struggle and triumph of the earth-shattering finale, reflecting Mahler’s belief that “a symphony must be like the world: it must embrace everything.”

Meet the winner of the Houston Symphony’s first Young Composer Competition, and hear the music of tomorrow with a performance of the winning piece. Then, Mahler’s titanic Symphony No. 1 takes listeners from the lyrical purity of nature to the epic struggle and triumph of the earth-shattering finale, reflecting Mahler’s belief that “a symphony must be like the world: it must embrace everything.”

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Jones Hall
615 Louisiana St.
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.houstonsymphony.org/tickets/production/detail?id=7259

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