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APERIO, in collaboration with New American Voices, presents a unique multimedia program featuring David Lang's Pulitzer Prize winning The Little Match Girl Passion and the World Premiere of Shawn Crouch's setting of Wallace Stevens' Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird.Read more
The Bach you know is only the beginning.
Beloved for generations, the music of Johann Sebastian Bach has inspired millions–but what if the music we know and love was incomplete?
Join cellist Juliana Soltis as she breaks with 200 years of tradition to revive the long-lost practice of spontaneous improvisation in J.S. Bach's Six Suites for Unaccompanied Cello in an unforgettable evening you won't want to miss.Read more
Lorie Line will be taking center stage all by herself (with her concert grand piano) for 30 cities this upcoming February, March and April. This is Lorie's second solo piano tour in her 30-year career. She will be playing all the favorites and telling memorable stories that have made her music so special over the past three decades. 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 and Shepherd School of Music Colleagues to perform Songs and Chamber Music by Dvorák. Read more
Mezzo-soprano Jessica Blau (Portland Opera, Opera Cultura) collaborates with pianist Katherine Ciscon (Houston Ballet) and internationally acclaimed flamenco dancer Fanny Ara to present an evening of French and Spanish art song, exploring themes of exoticism and the Western concept of “the Orient." Songs by French composers are contrasted with authentic expressions of Spanish culture by native composers and expressed visually through lyrical flamenco dance. Read more
The third concert of the Houston Pride Band's 2019-2020 Season celebrates the history of Houston as the Space City. Musical selections will pay homage to the stars and space exploration with selections including Holst's The Planets, themes from Star Wars and Star Trek, and many more.Read more
WindSync welcomes acclaimed pianist Andrew Staupe to his new home of Houston in a close-up program of music for wind instruments and piano. The ensemble, one of the country’s premiere wind quintets with performers on the flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, and bassoon, concludes their annual festival with this special collaboration. Read more
- June 2019: Stringwise
- June 2019: The World is a Stage
- May 2019: Iberoamerica
- May 2019: Der lange Schatten: Trio Performance
- May 2019: Brahms Horn Trio
- May 2019: Songs for Motherland
- May 2019: Roots
- May 2019: Songs for Shakuhachi and Harp
- May 2019: Flor de Lã: New Brazilian Classics
- April 2019: Viva Aldemaro!