Posted on · An online marketing project netted real world experience (and donations for two Houston organizations) for two teams of MBA students.
Posted on · Houston Downtown Alliance board chair discusses Sunday's fun-filled family day.
Posted on · We often hear how Houston is home to the highest concentration of theater seats outside of Broadway, and this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. is the annual free event aimed at engaging and developing the audience for those performing arts organizations â the Theater District Open House. The event includes musical and theater performances […]
Posted on · 2014 world première, featuring mezzo superstar Frederica von Stade, now available commercially.
Posted on · Incentives to encourage people to live in downtown Houston, the TCEQ doing fewer inspections of industries that pollute, and Houston Grand Opera tackling Wagner’s The Ring Cycle: It’s The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of this week’s Houston news. We discuss these and other stories with our rotating panel of “non-experts.” On this edition […]
Posted on · Tonight and Saturday concludes the Houston Grand Operaâs performances of Das Rheingold, the opera thatâs the first of a four-part series known as The Ring Cycle. The four operas, written by Richard Wagner in the 1800s, are such elaborate, lengthy productions â all four together consist of some 16 hours of music â that only […]
Posted on · Former Harris County judge and Texas Central Railway PresidentÂ Robert Eckels is behind an effort to construct a privately funded bullet train between Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth. The mayors of those cities, late last month, expressed their unified support for the project. Texas Central Railway first proposed the plan to build the rail line back […]
Posted on · Conductor Timothy Myers talks about Ricky Ian Gordon and Leonard Foglia's opera.
Posted on · The Houston Grand Opera is receiving a million-dollar gift from some longtime season subscribers.
Posted on · A new piece commissioned by the Houston Grand Opera deals with political freedom in Iran and the effect of grief and loss on its people. The opera, titled The Bricklayer, was written by a Houston woman who fled Iran as a political exile.