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J. Mark Brewer Discusses the Houston Symphony

November 19, 2012

For nearly a century, the Houston Symphony has provided a wide variety of music programs to Texas residents. One of the country’s oldest performing arts groups, the Houston Symphony has been led by notable music directors such as André Previn, Lawrence Foster, and Leopold Stokowski. During their tenures, they have reproduced many classical works and commissioned new pieces.

Currently housed in Jones Hall, the Houston Symphony hosts around 170 concerts every year with popular ongoing programs including the Fidelity Investment Classical Series and the Chevron Fiesta Sinfónica Familiar. The Houston Symphony also instills music appreciation in younger generations through its Music Matters! Program, which enables 40,000 elementary school students to attend concerts. Moreover, this world-renowned orchestra tours around the state with its free Sounds Like Fun! concerts.

To learn more about this organization, please visit http://www.houstonsymphony.org. The website contains information about upcoming concerts, tickets, and ways to provide support.

About the Author:

A former attorney with the U.S. Air Force Judge Advocate General’s Corps, J. Mark Brewer currently serves as Managing Director and co-founder of Brewer & Pritchard, P.C. Licensed in Missouri and Texas, J. Mark Brewer practices business and tort litigation and represents clients in constitutional law issues. When not practicing law, J. Mark Brewer enjoys attending the Houston Symphony and has served on its Board of Directors for two years.

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