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  • National Geographic Live

    Until May 23, 2017

  • Houston Symphony: Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky

    Mar 9 - 12, 2017

  • Ben Folds

    Mar 16, 2017

  • Houston Symphony: Pink Martini

    Mar 17 - 19, 2017

  • Houston Symphony - Beethoven's Sixth and Seventh

    Mar 24 - 26, 2017

National Geographic Live Poster

National Geographic Live

Until May 23, 2017

This year marks an exciting year for science as a thrilling speaker series by esteemed scientific magazine National Geographic takes to the road on a nationwide tour! With a whole range of incredible programs going to various cities in North America, this is a remarkable opportunity to see your favorite explorers, scientists and photographers speak in person, whilst illustrating their talks with beautifully built visual presentations. Join these top contributors as they highlight issues and help preserve the world's natural environment. Using photography and science to expand our scientific knowledge, this is an exciting series for any budding science fan.

Houston Symphony: Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky Poster

Houston Symphony: Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky

March 9 - 12, 2017

A special multi-media classical concert that combines both the enchanting music of Mendelssohn and Tchaikovsky with photographic projections. Mendelssohn's overture The Hebrides uses striking images of the Scottish landscapes by National Geographic's photographer James Richardson to evoke the region's wildness; this is followed by his Piano Concerto No. 1 by Argentine virtuoso Ingrid Fliter, and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6, Pathetique, the final symphony before his death. Conducted by Fabien Gabel, this concert forms part of the season's Classical Series.

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Ben Folds

March 16, 2017

The frontman of his self-named band, rock artist and producer Ben Folds continues to work with some of the most eclectic names in music and entertainment (remember his Common People cover that featured William Shatner and Bill Clinton?), as well as pushing the envelope on alt-rock ever further. A self-confessed enigma, he prefers to stay out of the limelight except when touring, but can easily claim credit for some of music's most unlikely trends.

Houston Symphony: Pink Martini Poster

Houston Symphony: Pink Martini

March 17 - 19, 2017

A Houston institution joins forces with a truly international band that blends genres from all four corners of the world for a spirited concert in spring 2017. From the romance of the Italian countryside to the colorful chaos of the Rio carnivale, this concert forms part of a series with some of the most prestigious orchestras in America, in support of their new album, Je dis oui! with stunning vocals provided by lead China Forbes.

Houston Symphony - Beethoven's Sixth and Seventh Poster

Houston Symphony - Beethoven's Sixth and Seventh

March 24 - 26, 2017

Marking the final even in the Symphony's three-season cycle of all of Beethoven's famed masterworks, this evening features two of his most atmospheric, the Sixth and Seventh. From the giddy joy of the countryside in the pastoral Sixth to the drama of the Seventh movements 2nd half, it's sure to be a sublime experience in the grand surround of Jones Hall.

Jones Hall for the Performing Arts

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615 Louisiana Street, Houston, TX 77208

  • Year opened: 1966
  • Capacity: 2911
  • Concession stands
  • Disabled access

The Jesse H. Jones Hall for the Performing Arts is a performance venue in Houston, Texas, and home to the Houston Society for the Performing Arts and the Houston Symphony Orchestra. Aside from this, the Jones Hall often stages contemporary pop musicians and other acts, with an estimated 400,000+ audience members each year. The venue is named after former United States Secretary from Houston, Jesse H. Jones.

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Bistro Lancaster @The Lancaster Hotel
0.01 mi away at 701 Texas Ave

Birraporetti's
0.08 mi away at 500 Louisiana St.

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Lyric Center Lot
0.15 mi away at 440 Louisiana St.

Market Square
0.16 mi away at 320 Milam St.

LAZ Parking
0.29 mi away at 151 Milam St.

Prairie Lot
0.4 mi away at 1311 Prairie St.

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0.01 mi away at 701 Texas Avenue
4 Star, Prices from $169


0.2 mi away at 806 Main Street
5 Star, Prices from $179

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