Posted on · Learn about the deceptively simple spiritual, its ingenious codes and uses, and its art.
Posted on · A new statewide report shows the arts have a big economic impact in Texas. But is Texas giving back to the arts?
Posted on · A composer and installation artist uses the many languages spoken in Houston as an instrument.
Posted on · Pianist Kirill Gerstein talks about how Liszt turned a training exercise into high art.
Posted on · The cellist commissioned aural wormholes from our time to the way Bach.
Posted on · Author Annie Proulx reads from her latest book, Barkskins.
Posted on · Hear a kind of classical music you've probably never heard before! (Unless you're Chinese. Then...maybe.)
Posted on · Author Annie Proulx on telling a long story through the eyes of short-lived characters.
Posted on · What rhymes with "choral singing"? "Moral ringing," "Laurel stinging," "Quarrel dinging"...
Posted on · Was the famous Hungarian composer the forefather of bands like Rush and Yes? The Chiara String Quartet breaks it down.
Posted on · "I'm not sure I agree with you a hundred percent on your police work there, Lou." - Marge Gunderson
Posted on · "There's what's right and there's what's right and never the twain shall meet." - H.I. McDonnough
Posted on · How a unique organization, seeking to peacefully infiltrate Houstonians' lives with the written word, came to be.
Posted on · How many nuts could a nutcracker crack if a nutcracker could crack nuts? (Best guess: At least like, 3.)
Posted on · HPM got a sneak peak of the Day for Night festival. Go behind the scenes here. You're welcome!