Loop38 opens their 2018-19 season by bringing a focus to the physical nature of music-making with three dynamic compositions of the last decade, all written for ensemble and electronics. On the program: Maja S. K. Ratkje – And sing while thou on pressed flowers dost sleep (2013) Lewis Nielson – USW (2009) Ashley Fure – Albatross (2014)Read more
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ROCO will present an evening of music and thoughtful dialogue about the role women play and the importance of diverse female voices in the arts and cultural industry.
The evening will consist of selections from ROCO’s In Concert program, titled Queen of Hearts, featuring works all composed by women, including the world premiere of a commission from Heather Schmidt, and the orchestra will be led by conductor Mei-Ann Chen. There will also be a panel discussion about the current state and future of the representation of women in the arts.Read more
Sister Cities of Houston welcomes six international performance groups for its annual fall concert, Citizen to Citizen Diplomacy: Celebrating 25 Years of Peace Through Diplomacy. This year’s performers are Angola’s Vivalda Dula, Raices del Peru, Solero Flamenco, Xena Aouita, Dance of Asian America, and the Langham Creek High School Chamber Singers. The annual concert is a celebration of the most diverse city in the United States and its citizens’ friendships with cities around the world.Read more
Travel to the north of France with Saint Nicolas in a festive program of French Baroque and Renaissance Christmas vocal music that will start your holiday season off with joyous warmth. Tickets start at $19, student tickets $10.Read more
For this concert, Houston Symphony Co-Concertmaster and Musica Tra Amici founder, Eric Halen, will be joined by several of his Houston Symphony Colleagues to perform the Clarinet quintets by Mozart and Brahms. Read more
WindSync celebrates its tenth season with a program that explores origins. The featured work, Antoine Reicha’s ebullient E-flat major quintet, represents the very beginning of classical music for the band’s five instruments. The second half of the program takes inspiration from childhood and folklore and showcases WindSync's ability to transform music originally written for piano, strings, and even a full orchestra. Read more
ROCO’s principal flute, Brook Ferguson, is featured on “Force of Nature”. The concert showcases nature-themed music for flute, oboe, viola, cello, and piano, including George Crumb’s Vox Balaenae (Voice of the Whale) for electric flute, cello and amplified piano, Michael Gandolfi’s Geppetto’s Workshop, and a new commission by Stephanie Ann Boyd.Read more
Join the Houston Pride Band to celebrate what makes the holiday season our favorite time of the year. In a world that can sometimes get you down, we want to help remind you of how the love of family, friends, and fans can help keep your holiday season Merry and Bright!Read more
- April 2016: Spring Sing 2016
- April 2016: Croatian Connections
- March 2016: The Necks
- March 2016: Music for Passiontide
- March 2016: Alan Doyle & the Beautiful Gypsies
- March 2016: Premieres
- March 2016: Junie B.
- March 2016: Picture It!
- March 2016: The ROCO Brass Quintet
- February 2016: Music to Light the Dark - Orpheus and Rilke