Houston Symphony to Appear at NBA All-Star Game

Classic Arts News   Houston Symphony to Appear at NBA All-Star Game
The Houston Symphony will perform at the National Basketball Association's All-Star Game in Houston on February 19, the orchestra announced.

The orchestra will play during pre-game activities, accompanying the Eastern Conference and Western Conference all-star teams as they come on to the court. Richard Kaufman, the principal pops conductor of the Pacific Symphony and the Dallas Symphony, will conduct.

The program was not released.

"It's another great opportunity to show off our fine orchestra and our city," said executive director Matthew VanBesien.

The All-Star Game starts at 8 p.m. ET and will be broadcast on the TNT network.

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