This performance will not be livestreamed.
The Houston Symphony is Miller’s oldest performing partner with performances beginning in 1941. Lewis Brown, a Chicago transplant, wrote to the Houston Post critic Hubert Roussell advocating outdoor symphony concerts. N.D. Naman funded the first Houston Symphony concert with a $1,000 grant and an additional $800 “free-will offerings” collected from the audience.
It wouldn’t be a Miller season without them!
Experience the deeply moving and powerful Lyric for Strings by George Walker, the first African American to win the Pulitzer Prize for Music. Recent Sphinx Junior Division laureate Amaryn Olmeda delivers a vibrant performance of Bruch’s popular Violin Concerto No. 1. The program concludes with Dvořák’s immortal “New World” Symphony, a stirring tribute to America that captures the spirit, individuality, and limitless potential of a blossoming nation.
All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are FREE!
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No tickets are necessary for the Hill!
The show goes on rain or shine.
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All performances at Miller Outdoor Theatre are funded in part by the City of Houston through Houston Arts Alliance.