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Christmas Light

The Houston Bronze Ensemble invitesThe Houston Bronze Ensemble invites you to join us for our holiday concert, "Christmas Light."

"Light can be gentle, dangerous, dreamlike, bare, living, dead, misty, clear, hot, dark, violet, springlike, falling, straight, sensual, limited, poisonous, calm and soft." (Sven Nykvist)

What is the light in your life that is guiding you today? Join us as we share the light of the season with you through our music and word.   you to join us for our holiday concert, Christmas Light. "Light can be gentle, dangerous, dreamlike, bare, living, dead, misty, clear, hot, dark, violet, springlike, falling, straight, sensual, limited, poisonous, calm and soft." (Sven Nykvist) What is the light in your life that is guiding you today? Join us as we share the light of the season with you through our music and word.  Read more

Prancers & Vixens

Take a rollicking ride with Santa and his reindeer as the Houston Pride Band sets off on a musical holiday adventure. Enjoy many familiar favorites like White Christmas, Greensleeves, A Charlie Brown Christmas, All I Want for Christmas is You, and of course, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer! There will be lots of joy and good tidings as we celebrate the holidays with the Houston Pride Band presenting Prancers and Vixens.Read more

Navidad Venezolana en Familia

Flamart & Foundation for Modern Music

Navidad Venezolana en Familia

A beautiful tour of the traditional Venezuelan Christmas music

Navidad Venezolana en Familia, presented by foundation for Modern Music and Flamart, is a concert in which singer Inés María Bravo celebrates the vibrant Venezuelan community in Houston, and especially its children. This concert promotes the connection with Venezuelan Christmas music and all those family traditions that make the Venezuelan people happy every year.

With a touching Christmas repertoire, Inés María invites you to honor Venezuelan traditions, and join together to sing Christmas carols and parrandas full of joy, love and hope.

Merry Christmas!Read more

Sojourns on the Silk Road: From the Orient to the Occident

An intimate evening of French and Spanish art song exploring themes of exoticism and the Western perception of “the Orient." Songs by French composers are contrasted with authentic expressions of Spanish culture by native composers and expressed visually through orientalist paintings and flamenco dance.Read more

LiveWire

Musiqa & NobleMotion

LiveWire

World and Regional Premiere

For two decades Musiqa and NobleMotion Dance have been breaking artistic boundaries in Houston and winning national acclaim for their adventurous programming. At the same time, Jose Luis Contreras-Vidal, director of the BRAIN Center at University of Houston and professor of electrical and computer engineering, has been pioneering nonsurgical brain-machine interfaces to understand the brain in action in clinical, artistic and classroom settings. This January, for the first time, the groups converge to present the world premiere of LiveWire, an innovative collaboration between scientists, musicians and dancers who will wear EEG skull caps (brain caps), while performing a new work centered around a new string quartet by artistic director Anthony Brandt, set to choreography by Andy and Dionne Noble. The performance also includes the Houston premieres of Pierre Jalbert’s Piano Quintet and Carlos Simon’s Loops for String Trio, as well as NobleMotion’s premiere of The Spider’s Den set to Lei Liang’s Gobi Gloria. NobleMotion’s dynamic Rhythm Study and artwork by Houston-based visual artist Emily Fens round out the program.Read more

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