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FEATURED PROGRAM

ANDRÉS CONDUCTS SHOSTAKOVICH 5 Friday Saturday Sunday

May 5, 2017 May 6, 2017 May 7, 2017

8pm 8pm 2:30pm

Jones Hall

Andrés Orozco-Estrada, conductor Jessica Rivera, soprano *Andrew Garland, baritone Houston Symphony Chorus — Betsy Cook Weber, director G.L. Frank

original text by Nilo Cruz

Conquest Requiem** I Introit: Cuicatl de Malinche (Song of Malinche): In reverence II Judex ergo cum sedebit: Maestoso— III Dies Irae: Cuicatl de Martín (Song of Martín): Vigoroso IV Recordare, Jesu pie: Peaceful— V Rex Tremendae: El aullido de Malinche (The Howl of Malinche): Misterioso—Appassionato VI Confutatis maledictis: Solemno— VII In Paradisum: Benediction de Malinche y Martín: In reverence

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• Gabriela Lena Frank concludes her threeyear tenure as the Houston Symphony’s Composer-inResidence with this world première of her Conquest Requiem. Read more about this ambitious work on page 31.

I N T E R M I S S I O N

Shostakovich

Symphony No. 5 in D minor, Opus 47 I Moderato II Allegretto III Largo IV Allegro non troppo

*Houston Symphony debut **World première, Houston Symphony commission 26 | Houston Symphony

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• On May 18–20, Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada makes his conducting debut with the Berliner Philharmoniker on a program that includes Shostakovich’s No. 5.

InTune — The Houston Symphony Magazine — May 2017  
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