Houston Symphony Free Day of Music on Sunday, July 12, 2015

Arts & Entertainment, Community, H-town

WHAT: Houston Symphony Free Day of Music — a free nine-hour event held at Jones Hall with performances and entertainment to include a Houston Symphony Family Concert, a visit to the instrument petting zoo and Andrés Orozco-Estrada himself leading the symphony for an evening program; in addition there will be several stages for jazz groups, Tejano and blues bands, and many more. No tickets required to attend this day long music festival.

WHEN: Sunday, July 12, 2015

  • 12 pm to 8 pm — Food Truck Fare
  • 12 pm to 3 pm — Instrument Petting Zoo
  • 12 pm to 4 pm — Children’s Activities
  • 12 pm to 9 pm — Free Live Performances
  • 1 pm and 8 pm — Houston Symphony Concerts
  • 2 pm and 4 pm — “Learn to Play the Harmonica” Clinic
  • 3 pm — Colombian Youth Philharmonic
  • 3 pm and 5 pm — Salsa dancing lessons from Strictly Street Salsa

WHERE: Jones Hall
615 Louisiana St.
Houston, TX 77002

MORE INFO: http://www.houstonsymphony.org/dayofmusic2015

Day of Music Performers Include:
  • Aldine High School Blue Steel Drum Ensemble
  • AFA Summer Conservatory Orchestra
  • Apollo Chamber Players
  • Baby Sonic Boom
  • Solo Marimbist, Brandom Lim
  • CityWide Grassroots Chorus
  • FJC Concert
  • Gay Men’s Chorus of Houston
  • Houston Symphony
  • Houston Blues Museum presents Soul Relief
  • Indian Music Society of Houston
  • Joy of Djembe Drumming
  • La Fiebre
  • Music Doing Good Singer/Songwriters Aaron Kaufman and Ray Younkin
  • Music Doing Good Jazz Quintet
  • MECA Mariachi Autlán
  • New Orleans Hustlers Brass Band
  • North America Youth Chinese Orchestra
  • Purple Songs Can Fly
  • The Best Little Klezmer Band in Texas
  • Yvonne Washingon

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