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About the Houston Symphony
The Houston Symphony is a proficient orchestra, which has its origin in Houston, Texas. Ever since, the symphony has played in the Jesse H. Jones Hall. The very first performance took place in 1913, on June 21, which was funded by Ima Hogg, the Houston philanthropist.
Earlier, the Houston Symphony orchestra had only 35 part time musicians. In spite of its very small funds and stature, the orchestra conductor and the musicians got a fantastic response from the viewers. The orchestra scattered in 1918, but again came together in 1930, as a partially- specialized orchestra. During the spring of 1936, symphony society formally came to be known as the Houston Symphony Society. The same year, Ernst Hoffmann began his term and he started hiring specialized musicians. The orchestra continued to enlarge and increase its fan following more the next few decades.
In 2001, the Houston Symphony had to face a loss of millions of dollars worth of music and instruments when the Tropical Storm Allison swamped the underground store levels of the Jones Hall. In 2003, the members went on a strike for twenty-four days, which resulted in a pay cut for the orchestra musicians. Now the Houston Symphony is considered to be among the main orchestras in the US.