Live Stream: the Houston Symphony in Moscow

The Houston Symphony will be the first ever American orchestra to perform in the "Festival of the World's Symphony Orchestras" in Moscow. Watch and listen on Friday and Saturday at 10am.







Hans Graf leads the Houston Symphony in two performances this week in Moscow, Russia, as a part of the 7th Annual Festival of the World's Symphony Orchestras, and you can listen to both concerts live via the Classical 91.7 website. The first ever American orchestra to participate in the festival, known as the highlight of the Moscow musical season, the Houston Symphony will play Friday, June 8th at 10am (Houston time), and Saturday, June 9 also at 10am. The June 8 concert features Mozart's Symphony No. 30, Prague, and Bruckner's Symphony No. 9. The June 9 concert includes John Adams's Doctor Atomic Symphony and the Shostakovich Symphony No. 11, "The Year 1905."

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Our thanks to the organizers of the Festival of the World's Symphony Orchestras for making this live stream available to us.