3 Can’t-Miss Concerts in Houston This Spring

There are so many astounding concerts in Houston going on, it can sometimes feel overwhelming choosing which to go to next. Fear not, we are here to showcase three equally excellent options that you won’t soon forget.

Mark Guiliana: Space Heroes

March 23 at 8 pm

Firstly, with his mastery of everything from electronic to rock to jazz, Mark Guiliana is one of the most sought-after drummers working today. In particular, he has received praise for his “rhythmic sophistication, creative impulse, and individual sound.” In addition, he was selected as ‘Rising Star’ in the Down Beat Critics Poll, as well as ‘Best Jazz Drummer’ in the 2017 Modern Drummer Readers Poll.

In March, he will make his Houston debut, and you can be the first to witness it. He will bring his famous Jazz Quartet, featuring the talents of Chris Morrissey, Jason Rigby, and Mike Lewis.

Michael Bublé

March 26 at 8 pm

Next, the one and only Michael BublĂ© is back on stage after several years for a personal hiatus. Even if you don’t recognize his name, you’ve surely heard his distinctively warm vocals over the holidays.

He’s already done a worldwide tour across Europe, down to Australia, and now he’s bringing his talents directly to you! Don’t miss your chance to see the four-time Grammy winner live this March.

New York Philharmonic String Quartet

March 29 at 7:30 pm

Finally, rounding out the musical selection is a classical concert with extraordinarily talented musicians. The esteemed New York Philharmonic‘s virtuosi principal musicians (Frank Huang and Sheryl Staples on violin, Cynthia Phelps on viola, and Carter Brey on cello) have come together to form a quartet to perform some of the most celebrated works by Haydn, Shostakovich, and Brahms. You may recognize Mr. Huang, a Houston native and former concertmaster of the Houston Symphony, as he makes his impressive return home.

In conclusion, these are just some of the fun local happenings in Houston. Contact us today to find out more about our amazing Monarch Medical Center community.

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