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Tim Hagans Quartet

Waiting Moon Records/Tim Hagans Jazz

Tim Hagans Quartet

Premiere of GRAMMY-nominated trumpeter & composer Tim Hagans' new band featuring guitarist Rez Abbassi

Tim Hagans, heralded as one of the most influential voices in modern jazz, has formed a new quartet to bring forth his wildly creative music. The band features Hagans on trumpet with guitarist Rez Abbasi, bassist Thomas Helton and drummer Sam Knight.Read more

ROCO Unchambered: Thomas Hultén

ROCO Principal Trombonist Thomas Hultén leads his first Unchambered concert on February 24! This eclectic program will highlight the wonders of the brass family, in chamber works featuring the trombone. From classical to jazz, there’ll be something the whole family can enjoy – including an interactive Q&A with Thomas! This performance will also be livestreamed free on, Facebook, YouTube, and

Thomas Hultén, trombone
Ali Jackson, tuba
Sarah Spencer, pianoRead more

Her Story

Houston’s artist-led, artist-curated Kinetic Ensemble celebrates women artists and women’s stories in Her Story, featuring a new concerto for solo violin, chamber orchestra, and three dancers. This multidisciplinary project is spearheaded by a team of three female artists: composer Nicky Sohn, Kinetic violinist Mary Grace Johnson as featured soloist, and choreographer Kayla Collymore. Her Story is inspired by clients of the Women’s Home Houston, a rehabilitation and support center for women overcoming addiction; each movement of this new work focuses on a different individual from the Center and her story, as a way to give voice to these women, and to raise awareness for the important work of the Women’s Home.Read more

Musiqa on Film

Musica & Houston Cinema Arts Society

Musiqa on Film

A marriage of live performance and cinema unlike anything else on Houston stages this year

Live musicians and their amplified string instruments interact with ghostly silent films of Stravinsky and a handful of famous conductors. The voice of Charlie Parker trades riffs with a live saxophonist in a tribute to some of jazz’s greatest players. A newly discovered geometric object challenges our notions of space and time, and dozens of Houston artists appear on screen in collaboration with local musicians – Musiqa on Film is a marriage of live performance and cinema unlike anything else on Houston stages this year.Read more