Sugar Land Series



Experience the Masterworks in Sugar Land

See your Houston Symphony right in your own backyard and join us for special evenings with family and friends. Sugar Land series subscribers will enjoy four exclusive experiences.

Hear Mozart's Symphony No. 41, Jupiter plus Schubert and Haydn in the intimate Sugar Land Baptist Church. Then enjoy Handel’s Messiah, a holiday tradition, featuring the Houston Symphony Chorus.

New this season!

• Access to a private, subscribers-only Houston Symphony chamber music performance held at an exclusive Sugar Land venue

• A VIP invitation to a season kick-off reception featuring a special performance

CURRENT SUBSCRIBERS
Welcome back to a season of extraordinary live orchestral music. Renew your subscription today by accessing your account. You can also call our Patron Services Center at (713) 224-7575, Monday-Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm.

 

NEW SUBSCRIBERS
We're excited to have you join us as a subscriber this season. Please take some time to learn about our many subscription package options. Please feel free to contact our Patron Services Center at (713) 224-7575, Monday-Saturday, 10 am to 6 pm.

 

1 | MOZART’S JUPITER SYMPHONY

 

OCTOBER 19, 2017
Matthew Halls, conductor
Johannes Moser, cello
SCHUBERT  Symphony No. 5
HAYDN  Cello Concerto No. 1
MOZART  Symphony No. 41, Jupiter

Praised for his imagination and fresh insights, conductor Matthew Halls returns to Jones Hall with Viennese masterpieces by Haydn, Mozart and Schubert. Dynamic cellist Johannes Moser brings his virtuoso technique and innate musicality to Haydn’s graceful Cello Concerto No. 1. Completing the concert is Mozart’s final symphonic masterpiece, his dazzling Symphony No. 41, Jupiter.  

2 | HANDEL'S MESSIAH

 messiah

DECEMBER 14, 2017
Paul Agnewconductor
Yulia Van Doren, soprano
Daniel Taylor, countertenor
Samuel Levine, tenor
Alex Rosen, bass
Houston Symphony Chorus
     Betsy Cook Weber
, director
HANDEL  Messiah

Celebrate Christmas with a true Houston holiday tradition. Praised for the “perfect harmony, excellence, [and] virtuosity” (Est Républicain) he brings to his ensembles, conductor Paul Agnew leads the Houston Symphony Chorus, soloists and orchestra in Houston’s premier performances of this Baroque masterpiece. From “Comfort ye, my people” to the final “Amen” chorus, Messiah will leave you singing “Hallelujah” for Handel!  

 

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