Are you looking to expand your horizons and enrich your life? If the answer is an affirming YES, then its time for you to discover the numerous performing arts venues that are located in Spring TX and Northwest Houston. One of the largest performing arts venues in Spring Texas is The Centrum.
The Centrum, a 900 seat performing arts center, is located in the Cypresswood Cultural District just east of Steubner Airline on Cypresswood. The Centrum Concert Hall is a 23,000 square foot facility with excellent acoustics.
The concerts hosted at The Centrum are made possible through the direction of the Cypress Creek Foundation for the Arts and Community Enrichment (FACE), a non-profit organization. During the 2007-2008 season, FACE will be showcasing three different types of concert series: Star-Lit, Promenade, and Family.
The Star-Lit concert series features national and international performing artists including concerts by Marvin Hamlisch, Diahann Carroll, and Gordon Goodwin’s Big Band. The Promenade series features regional performing artists. This concert series is targeted to the senior citizens living in Spring TX and Northwest Houston. It is partially underwritten by sponsors providing a low cost cultural program for those living on fixed incomes. The Family concert series is appropriate for children of all ages.
In addition FACE presents FREE Children’s and FREE Community concerts at The Centrum. The Houston Symphony and the U.S. Navy Band are scheduled to perform at the FREE Community concerts.
The Centrum hosts a wide variety of concerts that your ears are sure to enjoy.
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