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Mark Nuccio, principal clarinet, takes center stage on March 12, 13 & 14 as he performs Copland's Clarinet Concerto, a piece he likens to waking up on a Sunday morning.
Robin Kesselman, principal double bass, discusses Richard Strauss's "Metamorphosen" and the parallels between when the piece was written and the present day.
An excerpt from a 2014 concert at Miller Outdoor Theatre, this originally aired as an ABC-KTRK special celebrating Andrés Orozco-Estrada's inaugural season as Houston Symphony music director.
A TV special with the 2016 world premiere of Cosmos–An HD Odyssey, featuring the Houston Symphony's performance of Dvořák’s Symphony No. 9, From the New World, combined with a film by Duncan Copp. Conducted by Andrés Orozco-Estrada, Houston Symphony Music Director.
Houston Symphony Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada conducts Elgar's Nimrod in Poland on the Symphony's 2018 European Tour 2018.
The Houston Symphony performs the thrilling finale of Igor Stravinsky's The Firebird (full ballet score) with Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada. Recorded live at Jones Hall in September 2019.
Have you ever wondered what a day in the life of Musical Ambassador Carlos Andrés Botero entails? He answers this viewer-submitted question, and shares how he stays inspired, in a new Moment of Music video. Listen to the playlist
You asked, we answered! Musical Ambassador Carlos Andrés Botero answers the first of your viewer questions, this one from Kimberly R. about the instruments musicians play. Listen to the playlist
To clap or not to clap? In preparation for the start of a new season, Musical Ambassador Carlos Andrés Botero discusses this sign of appreciation and explains how composers such as Schumann, Mozart, and Mahler viewed applause.
Support the Symphony this Summer with Frankly Organic Vodka
In partnership with Spec’s Wine, Spirits, and Finer Foods, our friends at Frankly Organic Vodka, a distillery based in Austin, are donating $1 on every bottle sold throughout July and August in support of the Houston Symphony’s education and community initiatives.
10 Reasons Why You Need to be a Houston Symphony Subscriber
After a year that reminded so many of us just how valuable live musical experiences are, our upcoming season promises to be one of the most emotional and highly anticipated in our 108-year history.
A Reflection on Pride Month with Principal POPS Conductor Steven Reineke
We had the pleasure of sitting down with our own Principal POPS Conductor, Steven Reineke, for a conversation on what Pride means to him, a reflection on the contributions of fellow LGTBQ+ musicians, his top Pride anthems, and more!
Red, blue, yellow, and all the colors in between! Megan Conley, Houston Symphony principal harp, explores the color of music in this Mornings with Megan video for babies and toddlers.
Fast & slow, high & low! Megan Conley, Houston Symphony principal harp, explores opposites in classical music in this Mornings with Megan video for babies and toddlers.
The harp is one of the oldest instruments in the world! Hear how different cultures have created harp music as Megan Conley, Houston Symphony principal harp, performs pieces from Ireland, Argentina, and more.
- Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall: Offering free digital access for 30 days. Includes upcoming May, and June concerts
- Frankfurt Radio Symphony: Concerts featuring Andrés Orozco-Estrada are available to watch for free
- The Metropolitan Opera: Nightly Opera Stream
- Yo-Yo Ma playing #SongsofComfort
- Gramophone.co.uk: Online streamed concerts and opera guide