Posted on · Sean Connors of Grammy-winning Third Coast Percussion talks about what being in a percussion-only ensemble is all about.
Posted on · Is classical music strong enough to go dark places?
Posted on · Poets Limón and Pardlo read from their respective collections.
Posted on · A special guest talks about and (sort of) plays instruments (allegedly) from the Renaissance period.
Posted on · The Pulitzer Prize-winning poet talks about poetry, community, Panera Bread, and reads some of his work.
Posted on · Is there a place for activism in the classical music world?
Posted on · A little romantic music with cellist Alisa Weilerstein.
Posted on · The Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist talks about his latest novel, the sequel to "Nobody's Fool."
Posted on · Recording a composer they've never recorded, playing as a sextet instead of a quartet, and doing it all live in studio with an audience. Just like Costanza.
Posted on · George Saunders and actors from the Alley Theater read from Saunders' novel, Lincoln at the Bardo.
Posted on · Tom Steenland is the one-man-DIY-band behind the most punk rock of classical music labels, Starkland Records. Hear the story of Starkland, plus some incredible music.
Posted on · The Houston novelist gives a sneak peak of her upcoming book and talks about Writefest, a unique festival for emerging writers.
Posted on · There are no accompanists here. Only people making musical magic together.
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?