- Dates: March 18, 2022 - March 27, 2022
- Recurrence: Recurring daily
- Location: Jones Hall
- Address: 615 Louisiana St.
- Price: Adult/Full price $150.00
- Admission: Adult/Full price $150.00
- Area of Town: Downtown
Honoring and celebrating the legacy of Andrés Orozco-Estrada’s eight-year tenure in his last season as Music Director, the Houston Symphony has announced a two-week festival March 18–27, 2022. “Andrés Fest: A Symphonic Celebration” pays tribute to what Orozco-Estrada has brought to the Houston Symphony and to the city of Houston. Performances feature repertoire associated with the conductor’s time with the organization, works commissioned by the Houston Symphony during his tenure including two world premieres, seven solo performances by Symphony musicians, works by the two composers-in-residence who spanned Orozco-Estrada’s tenure, and an arrangement by Orozco-Estrada himself.
Featuring all-time audience favorites like The Carnival of the Animals, Boléro, and An American in Paris
DAZZLING SOLOS AND LEGENDARY ARTISTS
Piano legend Emanuel Ax, plus dazzling solo performances by Symphony principals
NEW WORKS AND CO-COMMISIONS
Experience new works by Wynton Marsalis and Bruce Broughton and more!