Travelzoo subscribers have a unique opportunity to hear Philip Glass' score for the 1931 film "Dracula" -- composed for the film's recent re-release -- played live during a screening at Houston's Society for the Performing Arts. Called "the best-known composer of art music in America, if not the world" by the LA Times, Glass will conduct the ensemble, and tickets are 55% off.
Choose from the following seating sections for the 8 p.m. film screening on Friday, May 10, at Jones Hall:
Glass has won several honors for his film scores, including a Golden Globe for best original score for "The Truman Show." "Dracula," which originally had no score and few sound effects, will be shown in its entirety accompanied by the ensemble.