Immerse yourself in majestic, lively, stirring, and riveting music performances from classical music’s rising stars in a series of nearly 30 concerts during the annual Texas Music Festival, from Tuesday, June 4 through Saturday, June 29, 2019.
Now in its 30th year, Immanuel and Helen Olshan Texas Music Festival is a one-month international music residency that brings 93 fellows from top-tier music schools and conservatories from around the world to Houston.
Once here, these up-and-coming musicians practice with distinguished conductors and faculty artists, putting on an impressive array of performances in a single month.
That means Houstonians and visitors get to partake in a diverse assortment of classical and contemporary music, from virtuoso settings of beloved classics to Houston premieres of contemporary works.
Most of the concerts are held indoors at Moores Opera House in Moores School of Music and Dudley Recital Hall in the Fine Arts Building, both on the University of Houston Campus.
There is also a special free, all ages performance outdoors at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands on Friday, June 7, 2019.
Many of the performances are free and student and senior discounts are available for ticketed events. Click here for a complete schedule of performances or more information.
Texas Music Festival 2019
- Dates: Select dates through Saturday, June 29, 2019. Click here for a complete schedule of performances.
- Times: Times vary by date and performance. Click here for more information.
- Location: Most shows and events will be at the Moores School of Music, University of Houston Campus, 3333 Cullen Blvd #120, Houston, TX 77004
- Admission: Tickets for the Orchestra Series are $25; $15 for students with valid ID and ages 65 and up. Tickets for the Perspective Series are $20; $15 for students with valid ID and ages 65 and up. Click here to order tickets. Additional combination passes are available. Tickets are not required for the free Young Artist Series shows. Click here for more information.
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