Posted on · Guest conductor Donato Cabrera tells Houston Matters about the free, annual concert featuring Hispanic and Latin American composers and themes.
Posted on · On Friday's show: A “ring of fire” solar eclipse is headed the Lone Star state’s way on Saturday. We learn who will be able to see it, how to do so safely, and what we’ll be able to see here in the Bayou City.
Posted on · Audiences can see two films featuring the music of John Williams with a live orchestra performing the scores this month.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We learn about the extraordinary measures engineers had to develop so that skyscrapers could be built on our city's mushy soil.
Posted on · We discuss the last decade of arts and culture in the next installment of our Ten Years series.
Posted on · The symphony performs Thursday night with the One O'Clock Lab Band from the University of North Texas
Posted on · As Houston Matters prepares to celebrate its 10th anniversary, we begin a series of conversations about how the Houston area has changed – or hasn’t – over the last decade. We start today with a conversation about mobility and transportation.
Posted on · The acclaimed writer and stage actor both discuss their exciting work.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: Harris County Sheriff Ed Gonzalez discusses overcrowding issues at the jail and a record number of in-custody deaths. And we meet the Houston Symphony's new conductor.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: What do some economic indicators like the price of gas and groceries say about the Houston economy right now?
Posted on · The performances that will bring holiday magic to your family this season.
Posted on · On Thursday's show: We take a closer look at the local real estate market as interest rates continue to rise. And violinist Joshua Bell talks about his performances this weekend with the Houston Symphony.
Posted on · On Friday's show: An international relations expert explains what it might take for the United States to arrange for Griner's release after her guilty verdict and sentencing. Then, we discuss how a recent ruling limiting the EPA's power might affect Houston. And Indian composer and violinist L. Subramaniam talks about his concert in Houston this weekend celebrating 75 years of Indian independence.
Posted on · On Friday's show: A major highway closure begins this weekend, we find out who the Texans selected in the NFL Draft, we learn what "agrihoods" are, we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week, and Andrés Orozco-Estrada talks about his tenure with the Houston Symphony ahead of his final concert.
Posted on · Capathia Jenkins, Broadway singer and actress, talks about her upcoming powerful performance of Aretha Franklin's songs with the Houston Symphony April 22 - 24. Plus, award-winning writer and biographer David Ritz shares memories of compassion and other things he learned while working with the Queen of Soul.