Posted on · Featuring works by Esa-Pekka Salonen, Mozart, and Schumann.
Posted on · A preview of ECHO: The Energy Corridor of Houston Orchestra’s Season Opener, with studio performances by Klezmer violinist Steven Greenman.
Posted on · When it's full! Check out an hour of lunar music.
Posted on · Composer Pierre Jalbert on how Ravel and Crumb changed his life.
Posted on · Apollo Chamber Players search for beauty and truth, celebrate humanity and diversity with their Season Opener.
Posted on · Hear the Houston Symphony's Opening Night concert for 2016 from just a few weeks ago!
Posted on · The Houston-based woodwind quintet discusses its two new members and their upcoming season of performances in Houston.
Posted on · A preview of the Houston Music Highlights airing on Houston Public Media Classical this week.
Posted on · How cartoons brought classical music to new audiences while making merciless fun of it.
Posted on · This week, an hour of Nordic Nibblets!
Posted on · Also featuring a folktale from Sofia Gubaidulina and Rachmaninoff's triumphant return to the symphony.
Posted on · John Mackey talks about his symphony for band inspired by The Odyssey, as well as his compositional process, what music he listens to, and his cat.
Posted on · With music by Tchaikovsky, Poulenc, Barber, and Britten.
Posted on · The orchestra celebrates two of classical music’s most important composers, and the start of a new season of music-making among friends
Posted on · No matter what your reading of it, this opera has a lot going on. Frankly, so does this episode.