From the sweeping strings of Berlioz and Beethoven, to the instantly recognizable songs from the silver screen and radio, the Houston Symphony's repertoire has it all this season. This deal from one of the country's oldest performing arts organizations gives you access to every genre: Pay $125 (regularly $250) for a five-concert ticket package for one; or, pay $200 (regularly $500) for the same package for two. Get orchestra-level seats to five classical options that begin at 8 p.m. on Friday throughout the year -- Berlioz' Symphonie fantastique on October 26; Beethoven & Liszt on November 16; Wozzeck in Concert on March 1; Spanish Masters on April 5; and Mozart's Sympohny No. 40 on May 3. Or, enjoy selections from the POPS Season during performances at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday -- Bond and Beyond on November 25; Very Merry Pops with Ashley Brown on December 16; What a Wonderful World: The Best of Louis Armstrong on January 20; Songs of Simon and Garfunkel on February 24; or Pink Martini on April 21. Your will-call tickets are available on a first-come, first-served basis, so you'll want to make your reservations for this downtown Theater District gem in a heartbeat.
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PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON July 30, 2020
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 3, 2013
back by popular demand:
Five-Concert Ticket Package to the Symphony for One ($125) or Two ($200)
- from $125