Posted on Houston Ballet's Lauren Anderson may have retired nearly ten years ago, but she's still staying busy at the Ben Stevenson Academy. As the 2015-2016 ballet season got underway, the history-making ballerina reflected on her experiences of living and dancing in Houston.
Posted on The venue is giving unique opportunities to ethnic arts groups in Greater Houston.
Posted on The company includes the associate choreographer’s well-known work in its fall mixed rep program.
Posted on The lead dancers discuss Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s famed work which is Houston Ballet’s season opener.
Posted on Theatre des Champs-Elysees remix: Is the Cullen Theater ready for a riot?
Posted on Houston Ballet was home to the first African-American woman named principal ballerina in a major ballet company. That's why it's a big deal when Misty Copeland—the latest history-making dancer—comes to town.
Posted on Ermanno Florio leads the orchestra in works by Mozart, Hindemith, Verdi and Czerny.
Posted on The orchestra performs works by Mozart, Ludwig Minkus and Ezio Bosso.
Posted on Hear the orchestra perform Prokofiev's famed music to Romeo and Juliet.
Posted on The two Houston organizations present a night of new music and dance.
Posted on Now in its 20th year, the Dance Salad Festival continues to draw members of Houston's diverse international population.
Posted on Choreographer Dana Nicolay talks about his dance company and its program of high-flying, dream-like works.
Posted on Choreographer Danielle Agami talks about the things that are important to her — people, humor, pain, connection.
Posted on Before this month's Houston Early Music Festival, Amy Bishop explores the styles of dancing in England that often accompanied the tunes of the time.
Posted on Musicians from Foundation for Modern Music, Flamárt and Solero Flamenco present Navidad Latina