Encore Houston

Encore Houston, Episode 119: Texas New Music Ensemble

The Texas New Music Ensemble premieres a new work by an upcoming composer as well as works by established Texas composers.


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Quintet with flute, cello, percussion, violin, and clarinet
The Texas New Music Ensemble performing at their 2015 Summer Concert

On this episode of Encore Houston the Texas New Music Ensemble performs works inspired by art, architecture, and even a famous musical “character” created by Robert Schumann.

Music in this episode:

  • ANTHONY BRANDT: Four Score
  • ETHAN WICKMAN: Campus Stellae
  • JASMINE GUO: Fire Dance
  • DAN WELCHER: Florestan’s Falcon
  • JOE LOCASCIO: Oblique Prayers
  • Encore – JOHN KIEFER: Machina
  • Featured musicians
    • Amanda Galick, flute
    • Amy Glover, clarinet
    • Marc Rosenberg, guitar
    • Andrew Schneider, piano
    • Joanna Becker, violin
    • Eugeniu Cheremoush, violin
    • Yvonne Smith, viola
    • Patrick Moore, cello
  • Performance date: 8/6/2017
  • Originally aired: 11/2/2019

New episodes of Encore Houston air Saturdays at 10 PM, with a repeat broadcast Sundays at 4 PM, all on Houston Public Media Classical.



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Joshua Zinn

Joshua Zinn

Producer, Houston Matters

Joshua is a producer for Houston Matters on News 88.7 as well as the host of Encore Houston on HPM Classical. He joined Houston Public Media as a radio intern in 2014 and became a full-time announcer the following year. Now he prepares segments and occasionally records interviews for Houston...

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