Posted on · Local musicians come together to celebrate the International Day for Tolerance with music by two Houston-based composers.
Posted on · The Houston Symphony Chorus Director talks about upcoming performances of Bruckner’s “Te Deum” and more.
Posted on · A love letter and audio birthday card to the Houston Symphony Chorus in honor of its 70th Anniversary
Posted on · Seventy years ago tomorrow (Oct. 29, 1946), the Houston Symphony Chorus held its first rehearsal. To learn more about the official choral performance arm of the Houston Symphony, which is directed by Andrés Orozco Estrada, we hear from the chorus’ director Betsy Cook Weber. This piece was produced by Houston Public Media’s Catherine Lu.
Posted on · It’s been about 14 months since METRO redesigned its bus routes in Houston. When the redesign was launched, METRO touted it as a means to provide “simpler, faster, more frequent service.” A little over a year in, did it work? Has ridership increased? What still needs to be improved? On this edition of Houston Matters, […]
Posted on · A conversation with Houston Symphony Chorus Director Betsy Cook Weber about the rehearsal process and more
Posted on · Andrés Orozco-Estrada leads the Orchestra and Chorus in Schumann’s The Pilgrimage of the Rose.