The Houston Symphony has launched a new, redesigned version of

Key features of the site include a cleaner, more attractive design and intuitive improvements to navigation and search for the ultimate user-friendly experience.

Created with the user experience in mind, the website has been streamlined for users to get the same experience on every device.

With enhanced search functionality, patrons will be able to find information quicker and easier than ever. On the new Houston Symphony website, concerts and events can be searched by month, series, or keywords.

“The new and improved site will enable users to plan their concert experience ahead of each performance, interact with us easier and faster than ever across all devices,” said Trazanna Moreno, Houston Symphony chief marketing officer.

“By streamlining the experience across all devices, we hope to increase accessibility and attract a larger, diverse audience,” said Moreno.

Patrons can now benefit from richer online content and enhanced functionality, making the online purchasing experience easier and faster to complete. Users will be able to subscribe, purchase tickets, and donate faster than ever.

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About the Houston Symphony

During the 2017-18 season, the Houston Symphony celebrates its fourth season with Music Director Andrés Orozco- Estrada and continues its second century as one of America’s leading orchestras with a full complement of concert, community, education, touring and recording activities. The Houston Symphony, one of the oldest performing arts organizations in Texas, held its inaugural performance at The Majestic Theater in downtown Houston June 21, 1913. Today, with an annual operating budget of $33.9 million, the full-time ensemble of 88 professional musicians presents nearly 170 concerts annually, making it the largest performing arts organization in Houston. Additionally, musicians of the orchestra and the Symphony’s four Community-Embedded Musicians offer over 900 community-based performances each year, reaching thousands of people in Greater Houston. For tickets and more information, please visit or call 713-224-7575.