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I’ve lived in Houston for many years but had never been in this place until recently. This is the home for Houston fine arts (symphony, opera, etc) , but they also offer concerts from world class musicians. I found entry to be quite painless, much...More
Nothing special but folk dancing.... If you are fine art/performance goers, you would be disappointed. If you are not familiar with any Asian culture and this is the first time that you ever meet the culture, you might find the show interesting....
Good venue but bathrooms a pain to get to. Up and down stairs each time. The show was not what I was expecting for the price and the hype. I would have preferred to see a play. The prices for tickets are way to high...More
We went for the highly acclaimed Shen yun and were so let down we left at intermission. We saw the couple who sat in front of us at the cross walk leaving as well. The message and the dancing were great, I think the marketing...More
Went to listen to the Houston Symphony for the first time. They are phenomenal! Performing both the Fountains of Rome and the Pines of Rome has been one of my greatest dreams come true. Only missing Roman Festivals to complete the trio, but that is...More
We've been to two concert of the Houston Symphony at Jones Hall. Fidelio opera was amazing and the symphony sounded fantastics. Saw Falla and Espana last week with an amazing cello soloist.
We have a world class symphony in Houston and everyone needs to pick...More
Visiting Jones Hall on Sunday 02/12 to see Stomp. Not only was the show amazing but the venue is absolutely incredible. I don't believe there is a bad seat in the house. The cast was incredibly energetic and interacted well with the crowd. The show...More