Sherry Cheng

A Heroic Launch: Glass Opens Aperio’s Big Season

Against significant odds--flood damage at the Hobby Center and other Theater District performing arts venues, coupled with the personal losses suffered by many musicians during Hurricane Harvey-- Aperio's season opening concert, an all-Philip Glass affair, took place at Zilkha Hall Saturday night (Sept. 9)....

Texas New Music Ensemble Focuses on Lone Star Composers

Texas composers have a champion in Chad Robinson, founder and artistic director of Texas New Music Ensemble (TNME). Concluding its 4th season, TNME will highlight its unique mission and growing accomplishments with its annual celebratory summer concert on Aug. 12th at MATCH. ...

Victoria Bach Festival: A New Era

For one week each June, the picturesque South Texas city of Victoria, population 65,000, rolls out its red carpet and welcomes some of the finest professional musicians from around the country to take part in the Victoria Bach Festival (VBF)....

Texas Early Music Project Bridges Past and Present

Iberian monophony, Notre Dame polyphony, Medieval mystery plays, Renaissance madrigals, Baroque operas, French virelai, Spanish villancico, Italian frottola, Scottish ballades, Sephardic love songs, and much more—early music encompasses a dazzling wealth of forms and styles. ...

Fire & Water: HGO Triumphs with Götterdämmerung

Houston Grand Opera has done it! The realization of Richard Wagner's epic Ring Cycle, the single most challenging and monumental artistic undertaking in the opera company's history, culminated with full force in the cathartic fourth and final installment Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods)....
Sherry Cheng

Sherry Cheng

Sherry Cheng is a music educator, free-lance pianist, and artistic director of the HCC Chamber Music Series.