Celebrating our 15th Season
The Margaret Alkek Williams 
2014-2015 Concert Series
Formerly Doctors Orchestra of Houston
Established in November 2000, Texas Medical Center Orchestra of Houston is one of very few community orchestras in the United States and the world with its origin in the health professions. It includes physicians, dentists, nurses, medical students, biomedical scientists, social workers and other allied health professionals who have a dedication to music that goes beyond their daily occupations.
The mission of the orchestra is to provide a fellowship in both music and medicine for its members, to provide excellent music in public performances that are accessible to the diverse Houston community and to support educational and medically-related charities by calling attention to their work and including them in concerts and other musical programs.
To hear the Texas Medical Center Orchestra of Houston is to know that this group of health professionals is playing for the love of the music. The orchestra plays with passion and reveals the strong link between careers in the medical professions and musical talent. TMCO gives consistently outstanding and fresh interpretation to the most beautiful symphonic music in the world.

Texas Medical Center Orchestra Marks 15th Year this March

Will perform with KIPP Generations Choir; Continues Gran Fondo Race Partnership

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