Texas New Music Ensemble Focuses on Lone Star Composers
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Texas New Music Ensemble Focuses on Lone Star Composers

Texas composers have a champion in Chad Robinson, founder and artistic director of Texas New…

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Year of the Woman: Ars Lyrica’s Upcoming Season Celebrates Artful Women
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Year of the Woman: Ars Lyrica’s Upcoming Season Celebrates Artful Women

It's the first time Matthew Dirst, Founder and Artistic Director of Houston's leading early music…

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Victoria Bach Festival: A New Era
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Victoria Bach Festival: A New Era

For one week each June, the picturesque South Texas city of Victoria, population 65,000, rolls…

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Texas Early Music Project Bridges Past and Present
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Texas Early Music Project Bridges Past and Present

Iberian monophony, Notre Dame polyphony, Medieval mystery plays, Renaissance madrigals, Baroque operas, French virelai, Spanish…

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Fire & Water: HGO Triumphs with <em>Götterdämmerung</em>
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Fire & Water: HGO Triumphs with Götterdämmerung

Houston Grand Opera has done it! The realization of Richard Wagner's epic Ring Cycle, the…

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Pop Culture Invasion: ROCOmoji for the Win
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Pop Culture Invasion: ROCOmoji for the Win

Savvy concert goers can count on ROCO (River Oaks Chamber Orchestra) to keep up with…

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Sing Me Another: Gabriel Kahane at Aperio
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Color into Sound: Loop38 at Turrell Skyspace
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Color into Sound: Loop38 at Turrell Skyspace

When soft twilight yields to clear night, the Turrell Skyspace at Rice University is illuminated…

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Breaking Boundaries: Apollo Chamber Players in Cuba
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Breaking Boundaries: Apollo Chamber Players in Cuba

Amid the hearty shouts of “Cuba Libre” punctuating the final exuberant moments of Arthur Gottschalk's…

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