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Houston Young Artists’ Concert
P.O. Box 22912
Houston, TX 77227 |

HYAC at Miller Outdoor Theatre

Experience Houston's Young Artists'

You have probably heard of child prodigies before, but have you ever seen one? The Houston Young Artists' Concert (HYAC) is an organization unique to Houston and the United States of America. In its 29 year history, HYAC has helped cultivate the next generation of world-class musicians.


Enjoy the Fun

On Monday, June 26, 2017 and Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 11:00 a.m., young performers will entertain you with a FREE 45-minute that will captivate your heart! Audience members will have a special opportunity to participate in the show.


Houston's Finest Teen and Pre-Teen Musicians

A fresh approach to classical music that excites and inspires young audiences.


The Pride of Houston

We don’t have to look elsewhere for great musicians. Our city has a remarkable pool of talent. HYAC showcases extraordinary young Houstonians whose passion for sharing classical music is unrivaled. These children are making a positive impact in keeping our city’s music scene alive and flourishing. Come to Miller Outdoor Theatre to experience great music as performed by the “Houston Young Artists”!



As Mayor of Houston, I welcome all to the Houston Young Artists' Concert. I am pleased that this concert continues to be a great showcase for the young talented musicians of Houston.

This concert will showcase the extraordinary talents of some of Houston’s most gifted young musicians. I congratulate each of them for the accomplishments they have achieved through their music.

I also wish to thank the organizers of the Houston Young Artists' Concert for providing classical music to Houstonians, as this event has required a significant commitment on the part of many people, and I commend those who haev worked diligently to make it possible.

Best wishes for a successful and memorable event.

Sylvester Turner
Houston City Mayor