Posted on · A conversation with the Liverpool-and-Oslo-based Russian conductor and the American-born Finnish violinist, who meet for the first time in Houston.
Posted on · Previewing a collaboration between the AURA Contemporary Ensemble and the University of Houston Hispanic Studies Department.
Posted on · A conversation with Anna Diemer about Prima Volta's yearly concert at St. Arnold Brewery.
Posted on · This week, the written word comes alive in songs by Brahms, Vaughan Williams, Coleridge-Taylor, and Martin.
Posted on · Context presents music from the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, embodying the new trends in music as Romanticism began to fade.
Posted on · Houston Grand Opera presents the final opera of Wagner's Ring Cycle.
Posted on · Sean Connors of Grammy-winning Third Coast Percussion talks about what being in a percussion-only ensemble is all about.
Posted on · A conversation with Maestro Kazuki Yamada about his Houston Symphony debut, and with cellist Brinton Averil Smith about a very special concerto that he’s performing.
Posted on · Celebrating National Poetry Month with French works inspired by the written word.
Posted on · French music and French inspirations with the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra.
Posted on · Is classical music strong enough to go dark places?
Posted on · Former music director Hans Graf leads the orchestra in music for winds by Stravinsky, a saxophone concerto by Adams, and a picturesque work by Mussorgsky.
Posted on · Musicians from the St. Cecilia Chamber Music Society perform three works for string octet.
Posted on · This week's episode of Music in the Making is out of this world.
Posted on · A special guest talks about and (sort of) plays instruments (allegedly) from the Renaissance period.