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The Houston Symphony celebrates John Adams’ 70th birthday with a performance of his Saxophone Concerto from the virtuoso who inspired it, the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music graduate Timothy McAllister. Former Music Director Hans Graf also conducts Ravel’s classic orchestration of Mussorgsky’s colorful and wildly imaginative Pictures at an Exhibition.

The Houston Symphony celebrates John Adams’ 70th birthday with a performance of his Saxophone Concerto from the virtuoso who inspired it, the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music graduate Timothy McAllister. Former Music Director Hans Graf also conducts Ravel’s classic orchestration of Mussorgsky’s colorful and wildly imaginative Pictures at an Exhibition.

The Houston Symphony celebrates John Adams’ 70th birthday with a performance of his Saxophone Concerto from the virtuoso who inspired it, the University of Houston’s Moores School of Music graduate Timothy McAllister. Former Music Director Hans Graf also conducts Ravel’s classic orchestration of Mussorgsky’s colorful and wildly imaginative Pictures at an Exhibition.

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Jones Hall
615 Louisiana St.
Houston, TX 77002
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$25 and up.
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