Sugar Land Series

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Handel’s Messiah, a holiday tradition, features the Houston Symphony Chorus. Then Houston Symphony Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada returns to Sugar Land Baptist Church to conduct the final concert of the series, which includes Beethoven Symphony No. 6, Pastoral and Symphony No. 7.


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1 | HANDEL'S MESSIAH

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December 15, 2016
Stephen Stubbs, conductor
Houston Symphony Chorus
     Betsy Cook Weber
, director
Handel: Messiah

Celebrate Christmas with Houston’s premier performances of Handel’s Messiah. This timeless classic is brought to life through brilliant Baroque arias and rousing choruses. From “Ev’ry Valley” to the famed “Hallelujah” chorus, Handel’s Messiah is a true Houston Symphony holiday tradition.

 

2 | BEETHOVEN 6 & 7

 

March 23, 2017
Andrés Orozco-Estrada, conductor
Beethoven: Symphony No. 6, Pastoral
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7

An exploration of nature, Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony evokes cheerful feelings upon arrival in the countryside and a harrowing storm which resolves in one of music’s most satisfying finales. Beethoven’s lively Seventh Symphony abounds with high spirits that surround a haunting second movement, featured in films such as The King’s Speech.



Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Griswold, Partner
Mr. and Mrs. R. Springob, Laredo Construction, Inc., Partner

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