Houston Symphony and Isabel Marie celebrates life and legacy of Selena this summer

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Isabel Marie (left) will sing Selena songs with the Houston Symphony conducted by Andrés Franco (right)

The Houston Symphony will celebrate the life and enduring legacy of Latin music icon Selena with sensational vocalist Isabel Marie Sanchez on Friday, July 12 and Saturday, July 13 at Jones Hall for the Performing Arts in Houston, Texas.

The 16-year-old singing sensation will perform iconic hits like “Dreaming of You,” “Como la Flor,” “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom,” “No Me Queda Más” and “I Could Fall in Love” in an unforgettable and emotional tribute to “The Queen of Tejano Music, conducted by Andrés Franco.

“I am beyond excited and extremely honored to be a part of this,” said Isabel Marie. “This, I know, will be a weekend I will never forget!”

Isabel Marie released her third album XOXO – Hugs & Kisses in August 2018 produced by Selena’s father Abraham Quintanilla, who also produced her two previous successful albums Sígueme and New Girl In Town. She was awarded Best New Female Artist at the Tejano Music Awards in 2017.

Pre-sale tickets for this amazing event are currently only available for Houston Symphony subscribers at

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Romeo is a media professional with over 25 years of experience in radio and digital media. He is the Managing Editor for, the premiere website for everything Tejano, and host of the Tejano Nation Podcast.

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